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Naphthoxanthenyl 1 is a new stable phenalenyl-type radical. Electrochemical studies indicate that 1 has two reversible redox processes that occur on comparatively short time scales. Crystals containing 1 can be grown by electrocrystallization, suggesting that they are conductive.
Co-crystallization of K+ and Li+ ions with γ-cyclodextrin (γ-CD) has been shown to substitute the K+ ion sites partially by Li+ ions, while retaining the structural integrity and accessible porosity of CD-MOF-1 (MOF, metal-organic framework). A series of experiments, in which the K+/Li+ ratio was varied with respect to that of γ-CD, have been conducted in… (More)
Stable phenalenyl radicals have great potential as the basis for new materials for applications in the field of molecular electronics. In particular, electronically stabilized phenalenyl species that do not require steric shielding are molecules of fundamental interest, but are notoriously difficult to synthesize. Herein, the synthesis and characterization… (More)