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Star-Shaped Conjugated Systems
AbstractThe present review deals with the preparation and the properties of star-shaped conjugated compounds. Three, four or six conjugated arms are attached to cross-conjugated cores, which consist of single atoms (B, C+, N), benzene or azine rings or polycyclic ring systems, as for example triphenylene or tristriazolotriazine. Many of these shape-persistent [n]star compounds tend to π-stacking and self-organization, and exhibit interesting properties in materials science: Linear and non-linear optics, electrical conductivity, electroluminescence, formation of liquid crystalline phases, etc.
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Detert, H.; Lehmann, M.; Meier, H. Star-Shaped Conjugated Systems. Materials 2010, 3, 3218-3330.View more citation formats
Detert H, Lehmann M, Meier H. Star-Shaped Conjugated Systems. Materials. 2010; 3(5):3218-3330.Chicago/Turabian Style
Detert, Heiner; Lehmann, Matthias; Meier, Herbert. 2010. "Star-Shaped Conjugated Systems." Materials 3, no. 5: 3218-3330.
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