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New results on thermal and photodesorption of CO ice using the novel InterStellar Astrochemistry Chamber (ISAC)
Aims. We present the novel InterStellar Astrochemistry Chamber (ISAC), designed for studying solids (ice mantles, organics, and silicates) in interstellar and circumstellar environments:…
Synthesis of Benzo[b]phenanthridines and Related Naturally Occurring 2‐Aryl‐1,4‐naphthoquinones by Palladium‐ and Copper‐Catalyzed Coupling of Organostannanes with Bromoquinones
Syntheses of phenanthroviridone, gilvocarcin BE-12406X2, antibiotic WS 5995B, and a key intermediate for the synthesis of jadomycin are described, based on palladium- and copper-catalyzed coupling…
Fine-tuning the assemblies of carbon nanodots and porphyrins.
Upon photoexcitation, this electron donor-acceptor supramolecular construct features ultrafast charge separation, and subsequent charge recombination in 27 ps.
Study of electrochemical instabilities of PEMFC electrodes in aqueous solution by means of membrane inlet mass spectrometry
Fullerene for organic electronics.
- D. Guldi, B. Illescas, C. Atienza, Mateusz Wielopolski, N. Martín
- PhysicsChemical Society reviews
- 27 May 2009
This tutorial review surveys and highlights the integration of different molecular wires-in combination with chromophores that exhibit (i) significant absorption cross section throughout the visible…
π-Extended TTF: a versatile molecule for organic electronics
In this review article, we present the features and properties of 9,10-di(1,3-dithiol-2-ylidene)-9,10-dihydroanthracene (exTTF) in molecular electronics. Due to its strong donor character accompanied…
p-Phenyleneethynylene molecular wires: influence of structure on photoinduced electron-transfer properties.
- Mateusz Wielopolski, C. Atienza, T. Clark, D. Guldi, N. Martín
- Chemistry, PhysicsChemistry
- 18 July 2008
Although the C60 units are connected to the exTTF donor through pi-conjugated oPPE frameworks, no significant electronic interactions are observed in the ground state, and theoretical calculations predict how a simple exchange from C=C double bonds considerably alters long-range electron transfer.
Highly ordered n/p-co-assembled materials with remarkable charge mobilities.
- J. López-Andarias, María José Rodríguez, N. Martín
- Materials ScienceJournal of the American Chemical Society
- 6 January 2015
A highly ordered donor/acceptor functional material is obtained using the principle of ionic self-assembly to achieve highly ordered n/p-materials for potential applications in different areas such as optoelectonics and photovoltaics.
Supramolecular One-Dimensional n/p-Nanofibers
A simple and efficient procedure is reported en-route towards the construction of 1D arrays of crystalline pristine C60 and phenyl-C61-butyric acid methyl ester coated onto supramolecular fibers based on exTTF-pentapeptides, resulting in n/p-nanohybrids.
Tuning electron transfer through p-phenyleneethynylene molecular wires.
- C. Atienza, N. Martín, Mateusz Wielopolski, N. Haworth, T. Clark, D. Guldi
- Materials Science, PhysicsChemical communications
- 24 July 2006
Weak wire-like behavior-with a damping factor (beta) of 0.2 +/- 0.05 A(-1)--has been found in a series of C60-wire-exTTF systems (i.e., p-phenyleneethynylene): these results contrast with previous…