Six-Membered Aromatic Polyazides: Synthesis and Application
AbstractAromatic polyazides are widely used as starting materials in organic synthesis and photochemical studies, as well as photoresists in microelectronics and as cross-linking agents in polymer chemistry. Some aromatic polyazides possess high antitumor activity, while many others are of considerable interest as high-energy materials and precursors of high-spin nitrenes and C3N4 carbon nitride nanomaterials. The use of aromatic polyazides in click-reactions may be a new promising direction in the design of various supramolecular systems possessing interesting chemical, physical and biological properties. This review is devoted to the synthesis, properties and applications of six-membered aromatic compounds containing three and more azido groups in the ring. View Full-Text
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Chapyshev, S.V. Six-Membered Aromatic Polyazides: Synthesis and Application. Molecules 2015, 20, 19142-19171.
Chapyshev SV. Six-Membered Aromatic Polyazides: Synthesis and Application. Molecules. 2015; 20(10):19142-19171.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chapyshev, Sergei V. 2015. "Six-Membered Aromatic Polyazides: Synthesis and Application." Molecules 20, no. 10: 19142-19171.