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Axial Coordination to Metalloporphyrins Leading to Multinuclear Assemblies

Axial Coordination to Metalloporphyrins Leading to Multinuclear Assemblies
Axial Coordination to Metalloporphyrins Leading to Multinuclear Assemblies
The use of axial coordination to metalloporphyrins is discussed on the basis of constructing multinuclear complexes. Starting with single metalloporphyrin-ligand complexes where the ligand is designed to bring a functional moiety close to the porphyrin, the discussion further expands to the design, synthesis, and detailed analysis of multiporphyrin assemblies. The porphyrin-as-ligand concept combined with orthogonal binding modes is presented, and selected examples show that in this way a large diversity in multiporphyrin assemblies can be achieved. New emerging concepts such as dynamic combinatorial chemistry, porphyrin-fullerene complexes and porphyrins assembled around gold nanoclusters or on surfaces are presented as well, because these systems are expected to play a leading role in the design of new materials in near future.
Metalloporphyrins - Axial coordination - Non-covalent multiporphyrin assembly - Porphyrin-as-ligand - Dynamic combinatorial libraries - Self-assembled monolayers
9783540325420
1-47
Springer Verlag
Bouamaied, Imenne
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Coskun, Timur
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Stulz, Eugen
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Alessio, Enzo
Bouamaied, Imenne
9938a8f5-740f-4c9c-9285-8a16a43a5fe5
Coskun, Timur
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Stulz, Eugen
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Alessio, Enzo

Bouamaied, Imenne, Coskun, Timur and Stulz, Eugen (2006) Axial Coordination to Metalloporphyrins Leading to Multinuclear Assemblies. In, Alessio, Enzo (ed.) Non-Covalent Multi-Porphyrin Assemblies. (Structure and Bonding, , (doi:10.1007/11677529), 121) Berlin, Germany. Springer Verlag, pp. 1-47. (doi:10.1007/11677529).

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Abstract

The use of axial coordination to metalloporphyrins is discussed on the basis of constructing multinuclear complexes. Starting with single metalloporphyrin-ligand complexes where the ligand is designed to bring a functional moiety close to the porphyrin, the discussion further expands to the design, synthesis, and detailed analysis of multiporphyrin assemblies. The porphyrin-as-ligand concept combined with orthogonal binding modes is presented, and selected examples show that in this way a large diversity in multiporphyrin assemblies can be achieved. New emerging concepts such as dynamic combinatorial chemistry, porphyrin-fullerene complexes and porphyrins assembled around gold nanoclusters or on surfaces are presented as well, because these systems are expected to play a leading role in the design of new materials in near future.

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Published date: 2006
Keywords: Metalloporphyrins - Axial coordination - Non-covalent multiporphyrin assembly - Porphyrin-as-ligand - Dynamic combinatorial libraries - Self-assembled monolayers

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Local EPrints ID: 41348
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/41348
ISBN: 9783540325420
PURE UUID: 56083f7d-e7db-467a-9155-95a798e0666b
ORCID for Eugen Stulz: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-5302-2276

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Date deposited: 22 Aug 2006
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 12:40

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