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Pyridalthiadiazole acceptor-functionalized triarylboranes with multi-responsive optoelectronic characteristics

Pyridalthiadiazole acceptor-functionalized triarylboranes with multi-responsive optoelectronic characteristics
Frieder Jakle, Xiaodong Yin, Roger A. Lalancette, Yi Ren, Kanglei Liu, Yueh-Lin Loo
The functionalization of triarylboranes with pyridalthiadiazole (PT) acceptor moieties gives Ar2B-[small pi]-PT dyads and PT-[small pi]-B(Ar)-[small pi]-PT triads with low-lying PT-centered LUMO orbitals. Addition of a fluoride source results in competing anion binding to boron and PT reduction, depending on the steric and electronic structure of the B-aryl group.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/SC/~3/n3d0b5mvhJo/C6SC03097A

DOI: 2017/SC/C6SC03097A

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