Research Output per year
Supplementary information for Materials Horizons paper on affect of heteroatom interactions on planarity. Investigation of the roles of heteroatoms (mainly nitrogen, the halogens and the chalcogens) in dictating the conformation of linear conjugated molecules and polymers through non-covalent intramolecular interactions. Whilst hydrogen bonding is a competitive and sometimes more influential interaction, we provide unambiguous evidence that heteroatoms are able to determine the conformation of such materials with reasonable predictability. Zip file contains two Powerpoint presentations and supplementary data in a Microsoft Word file.
|Date made available||27 Apr 2016|
|Publisher||University of Strathclyde|
To bend or not to bend: Are heteroatom interactions within conjugated molecules effective in dictating conformation and planarity?Conboy, G., Spencer, H. J., Angioni, E., Kanibolotsky, A. L., Findlay, N. J., Coles, S. J., Wilson, C., Pitak, M. B., Risko, C., Coropceanu, V., Bredas, J-L. & Skabara, P. J., 26 Apr 2016, In : Materials Horizons. 3, 4, p. 333-339 7 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Projects per year
1/04/11 → 31/03/15
Kanibolotskyy, O. (Creator), Skabara, P. (Creator) (27 Apr 2016). Supplementary Information: To bend or not to bend - are heteroatom interactions within conjugated molecules effective in dictating conformation and planarity. University of Strathclyde. Data(.zip). 10.15129/24e57291-5208-450f-87b8-ab1fc3143e85