An extremely redox-active air-stable neutral π radical: dicyanomethylene-substituted triangulene with a threefold symmetry.

Abstract

Radically active: A redox-active air-stable neutral π radical (1(·)) with three dicyanomethylene groups introduced with threefold symmetry into a triangulene π skeleton instead of the oxygen atoms of TOT(·) was designed, synthesized, and characterized (see figure). The enhanced electron-accepting ability and extended π-electronic system of this chemical… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/chem.201203755

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