New PDF release: Conjugated Polyelectrolytes: Fundamentals and Applications

By Bin Liu, Guillermo C. Bazan

ISBN-10: 3527331433

ISBN-13: 9783527331437

ISBN-10: 3527655700

ISBN-13: 9783527655700

Content material:
Chapter 1 layout and Synthesis of Conjugated Polyelectrolytes (pages 1–64): Kan?Yi Pu, Guan Wang and Prof. Bin Liu
Chapter 2 All?Conjugated Rod–Rod Diblock Copolymers Containing Conjugated Polyelectrolyte Blocks (pages 65–89): Ullrich Scherf, Rachel C. Evans, Andrea Gutacker and Prof. Guillermo C. Bazan
Chapter three Ionically Functionalized Polyacetylenes (pages 91–126): Stephen G. Robinson and Mark C. Lonergan
Chapter four Aggregation homes of Conjugated Polyelectrolytes (pages 127–167): Hugh D. Burrows, Matti Knaapila, Sofia M. Fonseca and Telma Costa
Chapter five Sensing through Quenching of Conjugated Polyelectrolyte Fluorescence (pages 169–200): Danlu Wu, Jie Yang, Fude Feng and Kirk S. Schanze
Chapter 6 Sensing functions through power move from Conjugated Polyelectrolytes (pages 201–229): Fengting Lv, Shu Wang and Prof. Guillermo C. Bazan
Chapter 7 Sensing through Conformational alterations of Conjugated Polythiophenes (pages 231–261): Even J. Lemieux and Mario Leclerc
Chapter eight Conjugated Polyelectrolyte?Based Biocide functions (pages 263–294): Thomas S. Corbitt, Eunkyung Ji, Ying Wang, Anand Parthasarathy, Kristin N. Wilde, Eric H. Hill, Dimitri Dascier, Heather E. Canavan, Eva Y. Chi, Kirk S. Schanze and David G. Whitten
Chapter nine Conjugated Polyelectrolyte?Based Imaging and tracking of Protein Aggregation (pages 295–314): ok. Peter R. Nilsson and according to Hammarstrom
Chapter 10 cost Injection Mechanism in PLEDs and cost shipping in Conjugated Polyelectrolytes (pages 315–344): Peter Zalar and Thuc?Quyen Nguyen
Chapter eleven natural Optoelectronic units Containing Water/Alcohol?Soluble Conjugated Polymers and Conjugated Polyelectrolytes* (pages 345–388): Sujun Hu, Chengmei Zhong, Hongbin Wu and Yong Cao
Chapter 12 Optical tactics in Conjugated Polyelectrolytes Dependence on Chain Conformation and movie Morphology (pages 389–410): Giuseppina velocity and Richard buddy

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These CPEs have been used for sensor applications as described in Chapter 6. The availability of 43 allows the facile synthesis of a series of cationic polyfluorenes with different side chains [28, 109]. 22), followed by trimethylamine treatment. Subsequent ion exchange of P60 afforded P61 with different counterions [110]. 23 Synthesis of cationic polyfluorenes (P63), (P64a–e), and (P65). 23) [29, 30]. Polymers with the same backbone but different counteranions (P64a–e) were also synthesized via ion-exchange reactions [111].

Na2CO3 O O ONa N S Br ONa P82 N N Br + 62 + 63 S N (i) Pd(PPh)4/K2CO3 1-x% (ii) CF3COOH/DCM 45 P81 (iii) aq. 31 Synthesis of carboxylated polyfluorenes (P81–P83). the standard Suzuki coupling condition, which was followed by hydrolysis in CF3 COOH/CH2 Cl2 to yield P81, which is soluble in water, DMSO, and methanol. The diboronate ester 63 was synthesized under the Miyaura reaction conditions. The availability of this key monomer facilitates the synthesis of the homopolymer P82 and benzothiadiazole-containing polymer P83.

Pd(PPh3 )4 /CuI as the catalyst [120]. The key monomer 89 was obtained from etherification of 32 with 1,3-dibromopropane, followed by quaternization with trimethylamine. 44) [62]. The key monomer 91 was obtained by reacting between 31 and trimethylsilyl acetylene under the Sonagashira reaction conditions, followed by trimethylsilyl deprotection in basic solution. Copolymerization between 91 and 31 led to the neutral polymer P112, which on treatment with bromoethane gave P113 with 45% degree of quanternization.

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