Coordination-Based Molecular Assemblies of Oligofurans and Oligothiophenes

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Adva Hayoun Barak

2013

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  • The formed Molecular assemblies consist of either oligofuran or oligothiophene chromophores coordinated to a palladium salt
  • Molecular assemblies of oligofurans and oligothiophenes were formed from solutions on various substrates. These films were obtained by alternating deposition of organic chromophores and a palladium salt
  • These coordination-based MAs were characterized by UV/Vis spectroscopy, spectroscopic ellipsometry, atomic force microscopy, X-ray reflectivity, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, and electrochemistry
  • The UV/Vis data indicate that upon increasing the film thickness, there is no significant conjugation between the metal-separated organic chromophores
  • Electrochemical measurements indicate that the susceptibility of the MAs towards oxidation is dependent on the number of chromophore units
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