A synthetic route for obtaining a porphyrin-fullerene dyad with a constrained geometry forcing the [60] fullerene sphere to lie on the porphyrin plane is reported, revealing a strong interaction in the ground state between the two chromophores.

Lembo, A., Tagliatesta, P., Cicero, D.o., Leoni, A., Salvatori, A. (2009). A glycyl-substituted porphyrin as a starting compound for the synthesis of a pi-pi-stacked porphyrin-fullerene dyad with a frozen geometry. ORGANIC & BIOMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY, 7(6), 1093-1096 [10.1039/b820501a].

A glycyl-substituted porphyrin as a starting compound for the synthesis of a pi-pi-stacked porphyrin-fullerene dyad with a frozen geometry

TAGLIATESTA, PIETRO;CICERO, DANIEL OSCAR;LEONI, ALESSANDRO;
2009-01-01

Abstract

A synthetic route for obtaining a porphyrin-fullerene dyad with a constrained geometry forcing the [60] fullerene sphere to lie on the porphyrin plane is reported, revealing a strong interaction in the ground state between the two chromophores.
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PHOTOINDUCED ELECTRON-TRANSFER; CHARGE-TRANSFER INTERACTIONS; ELECTROCHEMICAL PROPERTIES; PHOTOSYNTHETIC ANTENNA; AZOMETHINE YLIDES; INVERTED REGION; SOLAR-ENERGY; DESIGN; SYSTEMS; FULLEROPYRROLIDINES
Lembo, A., Tagliatesta, P., Cicero, D.o., Leoni, A., Salvatori, A. (2009). A glycyl-substituted porphyrin as a starting compound for the synthesis of a pi-pi-stacked porphyrin-fullerene dyad with a frozen geometry. ORGANIC & BIOMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY, 7(6), 1093-1096 [10.1039/b820501a].
Lembo, A; Tagliatesta, P; Cicero, Do; Leoni, A; Salvatori, A
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