Electrical Properties of Multi-Pyrene/Porphyrin-Dendrimers
AbstractDendrimers bearing pyrene donor groups have been obtained and act as efficient light-harvesting antennae capable of transferring light energy through space from their periphery to their core. The light-harvesting ability increases with each generation due to an increase in the number of peripheral pyrenes. In order to evaluate the photovoltaic properties of the compounds, thermal evaporated thin films were produced and the voltage response in the presence of visible light was obtained. The energy transfer efficiency was found to be almost quantitative for the first and second generations. The dendrimers have the potential to become integral components of molecular photonic devices. View Full-Text
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Martínez-Klimov, M.E.; Organista-Mateos, U.; Borja-Miranda, A.; Rivera, M.; Amelines-Sarria, O.; Martínez-García, M. Electrical Properties of Multi-Pyrene/Porphyrin-Dendrimers. Molecules 2015, 20, 17533-17543.
Martínez-Klimov ME, Organista-Mateos U, Borja-Miranda A, Rivera M, Amelines-Sarria O, Martínez-García M. Electrical Properties of Multi-Pyrene/Porphyrin-Dendrimers. Molecules. 2015; 20(9):17533-17543.Chicago/Turabian Style
Martínez-Klimov, Mark E.; Organista-Mateos, Ulises; Borja-Miranda, Andrés; Rivera, Margarita; Amelines-Sarria, Oscar; Martínez-García, Marcos. 2015. "Electrical Properties of Multi-Pyrene/Porphyrin-Dendrimers." Molecules 20, no. 9: 17533-17543.