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A pyrene-fused phenazinothiadiazole that shows electron mobilities (μe = 0.016 cm(2) V(-1) s(-1)) two orders of magnitude higher than those reported for pyrene-fused pyrazaacenes is described.
The synthesis and characterization of a tetraazapentacenequinone fused to two thiadiazoles is reported. This linear derivative constituting seven fused rings shows a very low LUMO level (-4.46 eV) and a low HOMO-LUMO gap (1.77 eV). Its high solubility, endowed by four triisopropylsilyl groups, allows the fabrication of air-stable field-effect transistors by… (More)
The synthesis and characterisation of a pyrene-fused tetraazaheptacene that is constituted of two terminal pyrene units and a central tetraazaanthracene core are reported. The optoelectronic properties (experimental and calculated) of this heptacene derivative are discussed together with its charge transport properties in thin films.