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Riboflavin-based novelconjugated bio-organic semiconductors

KRAJČOVIČ, J. RICHTÁR, J. WEITER, M. KOVALENKO, A.

Original Title

Riboflavin-based novelconjugated bio-organic semiconductors

English Title

Riboflavin-based novelconjugated bio-organic semiconductors

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Flavins are one of most structurally and functionally versatileredoxcenters in nature, which act as catalysts in a wide range of biotransformationsand electron-transfer reactions. Diimide highly extended π-conjugated structureproduce strong π−π and hydrogen-bonding intermolecular interaction and thecontrollable physicochemical properties by introducing a variety of alkylchains on the N-position in diimide group. We demonstrate the implementation of riboflavin-inspired derivatives in organic-electronicsapplications.

English abstract

Flavins are one of most structurally and functionally versatileredoxcenters in nature, which act as catalysts in a wide range of biotransformationsand electron-transfer reactions. Diimide highly extended π-conjugated structureproduce strong π−π and hydrogen-bonding intermolecular interaction and thecontrollable physicochemical properties by introducing a variety of alkylchains on the N-position in diimide group. We demonstrate the implementation of riboflavin-inspired derivatives in organic-electronicsapplications.

Keywords

Flavins, intermolecular interaction, bio-inspired semiconductors

Released

01.07.2018

Pages count

1

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT149600,
  author="Jozef {Krajčovič} and Jan {Richtár} and Martin {Weiter} and Alexander {Kovalenko}",
  title="Riboflavin-based novelconjugated bio-organic semiconductors",
  annote="Flavins are one of most structurally and functionally versatileredoxcenters in nature, which act as
catalysts in a wide range of biotransformationsand electron-transfer reactions. Diimide highly extended π-conjugated structureproduce strong π−π and hydrogen-bonding intermolecular interaction and thecontrollable physicochemical properties by introducing a variety of alkylchains on the N-position in diimide group. We demonstrate the implementation of riboflavin-inspired derivatives in organic-electronicsapplications.
",
  booktitle="The International Conference on Science and Technology of Synthetic Metals 2018 July 1-6, 2018 / BEXCO, Busan, Korea",
  chapter="149600",
  year="2018",
  month="july",
  type="abstract"
}