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Synthesis and Functionalization of Phenacenes Containing δ-Lactam Ring.
Váňa, Lubomír ; Církva, Vladimír ; Pfleger, Jiří ; Storch, Jan
This work is aimed at the development of a new efficient methodology towards the synthesis of various aza[5]phenacenes containing δ-lactam ring in their structure. Possibilities of their functionalization or derivatization are also discussed, along with complexation properties of suitable aza-derivatives as ligands in transition-metal complexes. The resulting compounds are investigated in terms of their material properties, especially for the formation of thin film structures capable of an efficient semi-conductivity or their potential application as photoluminescent complexes in OLEDs.
Preparation and Physicochemical Properties of [6]Helicenes Fluorinated at Terminal Rings.
Církva, Vladimír ; Jakubík, Pavel ; Žádný, Jaroslav ; Vacek, J. ; Strašák, Tomáš ; Hrbáč, J. ; Císařová, I. ; Storch, Jan
Two fluorinated helicenes, tetrafluoro[6]helicene and octafluoro[6]helicene were prepared photochemically and their physicochemical and optical properties were investigated. A separation of racemic tetrafluoro[6]helicene into individual enantiomers (P and M) was performed and the racemization barrier was determined. Crystal structures of major synthetic products including individual enantiomers of tetrafluoro[6]helicene were determined showing the replacement of π-π and CH-π interactions by CH-F interactions with increasing fluorine substitution. DFT calculation were performed to get an insight into the charge distribution and HOMO-LUMO gap.
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Synthesis of Amidoazaphenacenes for Applications in Organic Molecular Electronics.
Váňa, Lubomír ; Storch, Jan ; Církva, Vladimír
This work is focused on preparation of amidoazaphenacenes by photocyclization of various ortho-chloro-substituted aromatic amides. Their amide functional groups can make hydrogen bonds, which have a positive effect on formation of a stable supramolecular structure to facilitate the charge carrier transport in thin solid film.\n
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Photochemical Synthesis of Aza-aromatic Compounds.
Kos, Martin ; Žádný, Jaroslav ; Storch, Jan ; Sýkora, Jan ; Církva, Vladimír
Herein we report synthesis of series of novel both aza- and diaza-helicenes, and phenacenes, which were prepared mainly by photocyclization of corresponding imine precursors. Reaction conditions of photocyclization (i.e. solvent, photocatalyst, type of irradiation, use of water scavenger) were optimized and enhanced. Usage of TEMPO as oxidizing agent leads to improvement of yields up to 72 %. Prepared 2-pyridyl substituted azaphenacenes will be utilized for preparation of potential semiconductive layers in cooperation with IMC of the CAS.
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Potential-driven On/Off Switch Strategy for the Electrosynthesis of [7]Helicene-derived Polymers.
Žádný, Jaroslav ; Storch, Jan ; Strašák, Tomáš ; Církva, Vladimír ; Hrbáč, J. ; Fekete, Ladislav ; Pokorný, Jan ; Bulíř, Jiří ; Vacek, J.
3-([7]H elicen-9-yl)-thiophene hybrid monomer was electrooxidized in acetonitrile by cyclic voltammetry with anodic potential limits of +1.5 V or +2.5 V, resulting in a conductive and non-conductive polymer, respectively. The electrochemical findings were supplemented by microscopy investigations; UV-Vis, fluorescence and vibrational spectroscopies, ellipsometry measurements and computational chemistry. The electrodeposited polymers could be used for the further development of materials applicable in organic electronics and sensing technologies.
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Preparation of Partially Fluorinated Polyaromatics by Photocyclization of Stilbenes.
Jakubík, Pavel ; Storch, Jan ; Žádný, Jaroslav ; Pfleger, Jiří ; Církva, Vladimír
Synthetic strategies to partially fluorinated polyaromatics by photocyclization were examined, leading to both 1,2,3,4-tetrafluoro[6]helicene (1) and 1,2,3,4,13,14,15,16-octafluoro[6]helicene (2), and to 1,2,3,4-tetrafluoro[5]phenacene (3) and 1,2,3,4-tetrafluoro[6]phenacene (4). Thin films of the prepared compounds were characterized for their electrical properties and incorporated into OFET structures.
Sulfur-based reagents for nucleophilic and radical introduction of tetrafluoroethyl and tetrafluoroethylene groups
Chernykh, Yana ; Beier, Petr (advisor) ; Kvíčala, Jaroslav (referee) ; Církva, Vladimír (referee)
Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science Department of Organic Chemistry Ing. Yana Chernykh Sulfur-Based Reagents for Nucleophilic and Radical Introduction of Tetrafluoroethyl and Tetrafluoroethylene Groups Ph.D. Thesis Prague 2014 ABSTRACT This project was aimed at developing new methodologies for selective introduction of tetrafluoroethyl and tetrafluoroethylene groups into organic molecules. The study was focused on reactivities of fluorinated sulfones and sulfides as tetrafluoroalkylation reagents. In the Introduction part of the thesis, main aspects of organofluorine chemistry are outlined, illustrating beneficial effects of fluorine atoms on physical, chemical and biological properties of organic compounds. General synthetic methods for the selective introduction of fluorine atoms and fluoroalkyl groups to organic molecules are described. Particular attention is given to reactivity and applications of CF2CF2-containing compounds, indicating challenges in synthetic approaches toward tetrafluoroalkylation. The Results and discussion part describes reactivities of four new fluorinated organosulfur reagents as tetrafluoroethyl and tetrafluoroethylene building blocks. The application of these reagents as various carbanionic or radical synthons proved to be effective for the incorporation of CF2CF2...
Ruthenium (II) Complexes with 6,7-Diaza[5]phenacene.
Beránek, Tomáš ; Žádný, Jaroslav ; Jakubík, Pavel ; Církva, Vladimír ; Storch, Jan
In this work we focused on preparation of novel bidentate and fully aromatic N,N-ligand and its ruthenium complexes. 6,7-Diaza[5]phenacene (1) was synthetized from 4-bromoisoquinoline by microwave-assisted tandem Hyama-Heck cross coupling reaction3 followed by photocyclization (Scheme 1). With 6,7-diaza[5]phenacene (1) in our hand, we prepared some new ruthenium(II) complexes (e.g. 2) , characterized them from structural point of view and determined some of their electronic and optical properties with regard to their application potential.
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