Tobias A Schaub

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Triarylphosphine oxides (Ar3 P=O) are being intensely studied as electron-accepting (n-type) materials. Despite the widespread application of these compounds as electron conductors, experimental data regarding the structural and electronic properties of their negatively charged states remain scarce owing to their propensity for follow-up chemistry. Herein,(More)
Stable two-electron acceptors comprising a dicyanomethylene-bridged acridophosphine scaffold were synthesized and their reversible reduction potentials were efficiently tuned through derivatization of the phosphorus center. X-ray crystallographic analysis combined with NMR, UV/Vis, IR spectroscopic, and electrochemical studies, supported by theoretical(More)
A supramolecular arrangement comprising a bridged triarylphoshine oxide and an aryl iodide is reported, featuring the shortest ever reported P=O⋅⋅⋅I halogen bond of 2.683(5) Å in the solid state. X-ray crystallographic analysis together with modern quantum chemical methods were enlisted to dissect the individual contributions that compelled this(More)
1 Institute for Organic Chemistry I, Department of Chemistry und Pharmacy, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Henkestrasse 42, D-91054 Erlangen, Germany 2 Institute for Physical Chemistry I, Department Chemistry und Pharmacy, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Egerlandstrasse 3, D-91058 Erlangen, Germany 3 Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals of the Czech(More)
Carbonyl- and dimethylmethylene-bridged triphenylamines called N-heterotriangulenes are not only aesthetically pleasing π-conjugated scaffolds interesting on their own but also provide numerous possibilities for further synthetic modifications to serve as versatile precursors for the construction of functional organic molecules. In this Personal Account we(More)
N,N'-Didodecyl-substituted 3,10-diazapicenium salts featuring bromide and hexafluorophosphate counterions have been designed as novel dopants to realize individualized graphene sheets in a series of cutting edge experiments and to intrinsically stabilize them via p-doping. Importantly, electrochemical studies revealed two consecutive irreversible(More)
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