Our recent published article has been selected by the Editorial Board of Synfacts for its important insights

The following article was selected by the Editorial Board of Synfacts for its important insights (link here):

Deng Y, Sun B, He Y, Quinn J, Guo C, Li Y * University of Waterloo, Canada

Thiophene-S,S-dioxidized Indophenine: A Quinoid-Type Building Block with High Electron Affinity for Constructing n-Type Polymer Semiconductors with Narrow Band Gaps.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016;55:3459-3462

This the synthesis of a thiophene-S,S-dioxidized indophenine-containing conjugated polymer PIDTOTT. This polymer exhibits unipolar n-type semiconductor characteristics with exceptionally high electron mobility (up to 0.14 cm2 V–1 s–1).

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Compound 2 is oxidized without separation of the six isomers (2af). The resulting three isomers (3ac) could convert into the most stable isomer 3a by heating at 110 °C. This study provides an efficient way of making conjugated polymers with high electron affinity.

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