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Nishinaga T. (Ed.). Organic Redox Systems: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications

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Nishinaga T. (Ed.). Organic Redox Systems: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2016. – 616 p. – ISBN: 1118858743.
Providing a thorough overview of leading research from internationally-recognized contributing authors, this book describes methods for the preparation and application of redox systems for organic electronic materials like transistors, photovoltaics, and batteries.
Covers bond formation and cleavage, supramolecular systems, molecular design, and synthesis and properties.
Addresses preparative methods, unique structural features, physical properties, and material applications of redox active p-conjugated systems.
Offers a useful guide for both academic and industrial chemists involved with organic electronic materials.
Focuses on the transition-metal-free redox systems composed of organic and organo main group compounds.
Introduction: Basic Concepts and a Brief History of Organic Redox Systems
Redox‐Mediated Reversible 𝞂‐Bond Formation/Cleavage
Redox-Controlled Intramolecular Motions Triggered by ]Dimerization and Pimerization Processes
Tetrathiafulvalene: a Redox Unit for Functional Materials and a Building Block for Supramolecular Self-Assembly
Robust Aromatic Cation Radicals as Redox Tunable Oxidants
Air‐Stable Redox‐Active Neutral Radicals: Topological Symmetry Control of Electronic‐Spin, Multicentered Chemical Bonding, and Organic Battery Application
Triarylamine‐Based Organic Mixed‐Valence Compounds: The Role of the Bridge
Magnetic Properties of Multiradicals Based on Triarylamine Radical Cations
Open‐Shell π‐Conjugated Hydrocarbons
Indenofluorenes and Related Structures
Cationic Oligothiophenes: p‐Doped Polythiophene Models and Applications
Electron‐Deficient Conjugated Heteroaromatics
O ligopyrroles and Related Compounds
Phospholes and Related Compounds: Syntheses, Redox Properties, and Applications to Organic Electronic Devices
Electrochemical Behavior and Redox Chemistry of Boroles
Isolation and Crystallization of Radical Cations by Weakly Coordinating Anions
Heavier Group 14 Element Redox Systems
π‐Electron Redox Systems of Heavier Group 15 Elements
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