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Alkyl substitutions a powerful tool for tailor-made properties of soluble and versatile organic semiconducting materials

KRAJČOVIČ, J. KOVALENKO, A.

Original Title

Alkyl substitutions a powerful tool for tailor-made properties of soluble and versatile organic semiconducting materials

English Title

Alkyl substitutions a powerful tool for tailor-made properties of soluble and versatile organic semiconducting materials

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Alkyl chains, oligo (ethylene glycol) chains, and fluoroalkyl chains are three commonly used side chains in organic semiconductors. These side chains generally do not directly contribute to charge transport in organic semiconductors and are usually used as solubilizing groups. Novel ethyladamantyl solubilization side groups were found as adamantyl–adamantyl stacking in soluble diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP) derivatives. Due to high crystallinity and co-planarity electron transfer was preserved with a mobility of 0.2 cm2/(V s) for dithiophene-DPP.

English abstract

Alkyl chains, oligo (ethylene glycol) chains, and fluoroalkyl chains are three commonly used side chains in organic semiconductors. These side chains generally do not directly contribute to charge transport in organic semiconductors and are usually used as solubilizing groups. Novel ethyladamantyl solubilization side groups were found as adamantyl–adamantyl stacking in soluble diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP) derivatives. Due to high crystallinity and co-planarity electron transfer was preserved with a mobility of 0.2 cm2/(V s) for dithiophene-DPP.

Keywords

Alkyl substitution, adamantane side groups, charge transport, organic semiconductors

Released

15.07.2019

Pages count

1

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BibTex


@misc{BUT157969,
  author="Jozef {Krajčovič} and Alexander {Kovalenko}",
  title="Alkyl substitutions a powerful tool for tailor-made properties of soluble and versatile organic semiconducting materials
",
  annote="Alkyl chains, oligo (ethylene glycol) chains, and fluoroalkyl chains are three commonly used side chains in organic semiconductors. These side chains generally do not directly contribute to charge transport in organic semiconductors and are usually used as solubilizing groups. Novel ethyladamantyl solubilization side groups were found as adamantyl–adamantyl stacking in soluble diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP) derivatives. Due to high crystallinity and co-planarity electron transfer was preserved with a mobility of 0.2 cm2/(V s) for dithiophene-DPP.",
  booktitle="Europe-Korea Conference on Science and technology (EKC) 2019, Vienna (July 15-18 2019) Austria",
  chapter="157969",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2019",
  month="july",
  type="abstract"
}