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Title: 1,7,9,10-Tetrasubstituted PMIs Accessible through Decarboxylative Bromination: Synthesis, Characterization, Photophysical Studies, and Hydrogen Evolution Catalysis
Authors: Costabel, DanielSkabeev, ArtemNabiyan, AfshinLuo, YusenMax, Johannes B.Rajagopal, AshweneKowalczyk, DanielDietzek, BenjaminWächtler, MariaGörls, HelmarZiegenbalg, DirkZagranyarski, YulianStreb, CarstenSchacher, Felix H.Peneva, Kalina
Publishers version: https://doi.org/10.1002/chem.202004326
URI: https://oa.tib.eu/renate/handle/123456789/8854
https://doi.org/10.34657/7892
Issue Date: 2020
Published in: Chemistry - A European Journal 26 (2021), Nr. 12
Journal: Chemistry - A European Journal
Volume: 27
Issue: 12
Page Start: 4081
Page End: 4088
Publisher: Weinheim : Wiley-VCH
Abstract: In this work, we present a new synthetic strategy for fourfold-substituted perylene monoimides via tetrabrominated perylene monoanhydrides. X-ray diffraction analysis unveiled the intramolecular stacking orientation between the substituents and semicircular packing behavior. We observed the remarkable influence of the substituent on the longevity and nature of the excited state upon visible light excitation. In the presence of poly(dehydroalanine)-graft-poly(ethylene glycol) graft copolymers as solubilizing template, the chromophores are capable of sensitizing [Mo3S13]2− clusters in aqueous solution for stable visible light driven hydrogen evolution over three days. © 2020 The Authors. Chemistry - A European Journal published by Wiley-VCH GmbH
Keywords: hydrogen evolution; organic dyes; perylene monoimides; photosensitizers; transient absorption
Type: article; Text
Publishing status: publishedVersion
DDC: 540
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License: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 Unported
Link to license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
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Costabel, Daniel, Artem Skabeev, Afshin Nabiyan, Yusen Luo, Johannes B. Max, Ashwene Rajagopal, Daniel Kowalczyk, Benjamin Dietzek, Maria Wächtler, Helmar Görls, Dirk Ziegenbalg, Yulian Zagranyarski, Carsten Streb, Felix H. Schacher and Kalina Peneva, 2020. 1,7,9,10-Tetrasubstituted PMIs Accessible through Decarboxylative Bromination: Synthesis, Characterization, Photophysical Studies, and Hydrogen Evolution Catalysis. 2020. Weinheim : Wiley-VCH
Costabel, D., Skabeev, A., Nabiyan, A., Luo, Y., Max, J. B., Rajagopal, A., Kowalczyk, D., Dietzek, B., Wächtler, M., Görls, H., Ziegenbalg, D., Zagranyarski, Y., Streb, C., Schacher, F. H. and Peneva, K. (2020) “1,7,9,10-Tetrasubstituted PMIs Accessible through Decarboxylative Bromination: Synthesis, Characterization, Photophysical Studies, and Hydrogen Evolution Catalysis.” Weinheim : Wiley-VCH. doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/chem.202004326.
Costabel D, Skabeev A, Nabiyan A, Luo Y, Max J B, Rajagopal A, Kowalczyk D, Dietzek B, Wächtler M, Görls H, Ziegenbalg D, Zagranyarski Y, Streb C, Schacher F H, Peneva K. 1,7,9,10-Tetrasubstituted PMIs Accessible through Decarboxylative Bromination: Synthesis, Characterization, Photophysical Studies, and Hydrogen Evolution Catalysis. Vol. 27. Weinheim : Wiley-VCH; 2020.
Costabel, D., Skabeev, A., Nabiyan, A., Luo, Y., Max, J. B., Rajagopal, A., Kowalczyk, D., Dietzek, B., Wächtler, M., Görls, H., Ziegenbalg, D., Zagranyarski, Y., Streb, C., Schacher, F. H., & Peneva, K. (2020). 1,7,9,10-Tetrasubstituted PMIs Accessible through Decarboxylative Bromination: Synthesis, Characterization, Photophysical Studies, and Hydrogen Evolution Catalysis (Version publishedVersion, Vol. 27). Version publishedVersion, Vol. 27. Weinheim : Wiley-VCH. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1002/chem.202004326
Costabel D, Skabeev A, Nabiyan A, Luo Y, Max J B, Rajagopal A, Kowalczyk D, Dietzek B, Wächtler M, Görls H, Ziegenbalg D, Zagranyarski Y, Streb C, Schacher F H, Peneva K. 1,7,9,10-Tetrasubstituted PMIs Accessible through Decarboxylative Bromination: Synthesis, Characterization, Photophysical Studies, and Hydrogen Evolution Catalysis. 2020;27(12). doi:https://doi.org/10.1002/chem.202004326


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