Carbon-rich compounds: from molecules to materials by Michael M. Haley, Rik R. Tykwinski

By Michael M. Haley, Rik R. Tykwinski

This can be the one updated ebook out there to target the synthesis of those compounds during this relatively compatible method. A workforce of good overseas authors promises top of the range content material, overlaying such issues as monodisperse carbon-rich oligomers, molecular digital wires, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, nonconjugated small molecules, nanotubes, fullerenes, polyynes, macrocycles, dendrimers, phenylenes and diamondoid structures.The result's a must have for everybody operating during this increasing and interdisciplinary box, together with natural and polymer chemists, fabrics scientists, and chemists operating in undefined.

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Published in 1939, the method provided a more practical one for reduction of polycycle quinones and oxygen-containing precursors than von 7 8 1 Pioneers of Carbon-rich Compounds Baeyer’s traditional solid-state, Zn-dust distillation. The key advantage was lower decomposition rates due to incorporation of solvent. The new technique was applied to several previously known systems, such as violanthrene 31 (Fig. 3b) from violanthrone and tetracene from tetracenequinone [1a]. It was also shown to work on five-membered systems, such as dihydropentalene derivatives, and heterocycles, such as anthrazine 32 (Fig.

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