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SYNTHESIS OF SUBSTITUTED POLYSILYLENES USED AS SEMICONDUCTIVE POLYMERS

Originální název

SYNTHESIS OF SUBSTITUTED POLYSILYLENES USED AS SEMICONDUCTIVE POLYMERS

Anglický název

SYNTHESIS OF SUBSTITUTED POLYSILYLENES USED AS SEMICONDUCTIVE POLYMERS

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Polysilanes are most often obtained by Wurtz reductive coupling of organosilanes with sodium metal in refluxing toluene. Therefore the metal is easily distributed throughout the solution. Unfortunately, the yields of polymers and the reproducibility of the reaction are usually quite poor. A problem that we solved by using new methods and procedures. The aim of our work is to synthesize new model of polysilanes attached directly to chromophores throughout a Suzuki coupling and investigate their electrical properties.

Anglický abstrakt

Polysilanes are most often obtained by Wurtz reductive coupling of organosilanes with sodium metal in refluxing toluene. Therefore the metal is easily distributed throughout the solution. Unfortunately, the yields of polymers and the reproducibility of the reaction are usually quite poor. A problem that we solved by using new methods and procedures. The aim of our work is to synthesize new model of polysilanes attached directly to chromophores throughout a Suzuki coupling and investigate their electrical properties.

BibTex


@article{BUT49418,
  author="Imad {Ouzzane} and Soňa {Hermanová} and Martin {Vala} and Martin {Weiter} and Stanislav {Nešpůrek}",
  title="SYNTHESIS OF SUBSTITUTED POLYSILYLENES USED AS SEMICONDUCTIVE POLYMERS",
  annote="Polysilanes are most often obtained by Wurtz reductive coupling of organosilanes with sodium metal in refluxing toluene. Therefore the metal is easily distributed throughout the solution. Unfortunately, the yields of polymers and the reproducibility of the reaction are usually quite poor. A problem that we solved by using new methods and procedures.
 The aim of our work is to synthesize new model of polysilanes attached directly to chromophores throughout a Suzuki coupling and investigate their electrical properties.
",
  chapter="49418",
  number="15",
  volume="102",
  year="2008",
  month="september",
  pages="s1259--s1260",
  type="journal article - other"
}