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Synthesis, Optoelectronic and Self-Assembly Properties of Diazadioxaacene Derivatives

Synthesis, Optoelectronic and Self-Assembly Properties of Diazadioxaacene Derivatives
Xiaohui Zhao, Pengcheng Jin, Jingdan Duan, Guixia Zhai, Jinchong Xiao, Li Jiang, Huahang Pan
Two novel diazadioxaacene derivatives (ADOP and ADOQ) have been successfully synthesized and characterized. Their single crystal analyses disclose that molecule ADOP forms a twisted topology configuration, whereas ADOQ adopts reclining-chair architecture. Both of them emit strong blue fluorescence in organic solvents. Moreover, they can self-assemble to form regular nanobelts and nanowires, respectively, via a simple surfactant-assisted method. Two novel diazadioxaacene derivatives (ADOP and ADOQ) have been synthesized and characterized. Their single crystal analyses show that ADOP forms a twisted topology configuration, whereas ADOQ adopts reclining-chair architecture. They emit blue fluorescence in organic solvents and can self-assemble to form nanobelts and nanowires via a simple surfactant-assisted method.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/asia.201700700

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