Branched redox-active complexes for the study of novel charge transport processes

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Abstract

The syntheses and electrochemical/optical properties of some branched and linear 1,1′-substituted ferrocene complexes for molecular electronics are described. Metal centers were extended (and where relevant, connected) by arylethynyl spacers functionalized with m-pyridyl, tert-butylthiol (S tBu), and trimethylsilyl (TMS) moieties. Such systems provide two well-defined molecular pathways for electron transfer and hold interesting prospects for the study of new charge transport processes, such as quantum interference, local gating, and correlated hopping events. © 2013 American Chemical Society.

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Inkpen, M. S., Albrecht, T., & Long, N. J. (2013). Branched redox-active complexes for the study of novel charge transport processes. Organometallics, 32(20), 6053–6060. https://doi.org/10.1021/om400595n

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