2,6-Diphospha-s-indacene-1,3,5,7(2 H,6 H)-tetraone: a phosphorus analogue of aromatic diimides with the minimal core exhibiting high electron-accepting ability.

Abstract

Phosphorus analogues of pyrromellitic diimides (PyDIs), which represent a family of privileged electron-accepting organic compounds, have been successfully synthesized as novel electron-accepting π-conjugated molecules. Investigation into their physicochemical properties uncovered their prominent electron-accepting abilities over the corresponding PyDI. Furthermore, theoretical studies revealed the significant contribution of σ*-π* hyperconjugation in stabilizing the LUMO+1.

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201403735

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@article{Takeda201426Diphosphasindacene13572HH, title={2,6-Diphospha-s-indacene-1,3,5,7(2 H,6 H)-tetraone: a phosphorus analogue of aromatic diimides with the minimal core exhibiting high electron-accepting ability.}, author={Youhei Takeda and Takuya Nishida and Satoshi Minakata}, journal={Chemistry}, year={2014}, volume={20 33}, pages={10266-70} }