Special Issue of ChemPlusChem on π-Conjugated (Macro)Molecules

  • Supplier: ChemPlusChem/Wiley-VCH
  • Author: ChemPlusChem
  • Published: 20 September 2019
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
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ChemPlusChem has just published its latest Special Issue on π-Conjugated (Macro)Molecules and their Applications in collaboration with Guest Editors Paolo Samorí (Université de Strasbourg), Xinliang Feng (Technische Universität Dresden), and Davide Bonifazi (Cardiff University).

This issue highlights some of the many approaches toward the synthesis of novel conjugated (macro)molecules. A particular focus of the issue is the special properties that arise from the π-conjugation, including self-assembly at surfaces and integration into optoelectronic, photovoltaic, and other devices. Highlights include a Review on carbonyl-based π-conjugated materials and their applications in lithium-ion batteries (S. Melinte et al.), and Minireviews on molecular electronic devices at the nanoscale (D. Villaume) and organic π-conjugated materials for gas sensing (L. Chi et al.). Work by L. Beverina, M. Sommer et al. on the preparation of napthalene dianhydride bithiophene copolymers is highlighted on the cover.

The special issue is free to read until the end of October 2019.


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