Rhenium-linked multiporphyrin assemblies

Synthesis and properties

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

39 Citations (Scopus)

Abstract

Re(CO)5Cl readily reacts with pyridine-derivatized porphyrins to give molecular squares or planar dimers featuring fac-Re(CO)3(Cl) corners. Chelating ligands, in sequential combination with pyridine-derivatized porphyrins, can be used to obtain related cofacial porphyrin assemblies. Films and membranes displaying molecular-scale porosity can be generated from squares by: (1) van der Waals aggregation, (2) layer-by-layer assembly chemistry based on zirconium-phosphonate links, or (3) polymerization at liquid-liquid interfaces. In addition to molecular sieving, films, membranes, and free assemblies have been used for chemical sensing, oxidative catalysis, and light-to-electrical energy conversion. The assemblies have also been used to investigate fundamental aspects of light-induced energy and electron transfer.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationStructure and Bonding
Pages145-165
Number of pages21
Volume121
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Feb 10 2006

Publication series

NameStructure and Bonding
Volume121
ISSN (Print)00815993
ISSN (Electronic)16168550

Fingerprint

Rhenium
rhenium
porphyrins
assemblies
Porphyrins
pyridines
Carbon Monoxide
synthesis
membranes
liquid-liquid interfaces
energy conversion
electric power
Membranes
Organophosphonates
catalysis
electron transfer
Liquids
polymerization
Chelation
assembly

Keywords

  • Molecular square
  • Porphyrin
  • Rhenium
  • Supramolecular

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry

Cite this

Hupp, J. T. (2006). Rhenium-linked multiporphyrin assemblies: Synthesis and properties. In Structure and Bonding (Vol. 121, pp. 145-165). (Structure and Bonding; Vol. 121). https://doi.org/10.1007/430_027

Rhenium-linked multiporphyrin assemblies : Synthesis and properties. / Hupp, Joseph T.

Structure and Bonding. Vol. 121 2006. p. 145-165 (Structure and Bonding; Vol. 121).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Hupp, JT 2006, Rhenium-linked multiporphyrin assemblies: Synthesis and properties. in Structure and Bonding. vol. 121, Structure and Bonding, vol. 121, pp. 145-165. https://doi.org/10.1007/430_027
Hupp JT. Rhenium-linked multiporphyrin assemblies: Synthesis and properties. In Structure and Bonding. Vol. 121. 2006. p. 145-165. (Structure and Bonding). https://doi.org/10.1007/430_027
Hupp, Joseph T. / Rhenium-linked multiporphyrin assemblies : Synthesis and properties. Structure and Bonding. Vol. 121 2006. pp. 145-165 (Structure and Bonding).
@inbook{b4eaf449b30f486fbc53b04bd11534e0,
title = "Rhenium-linked multiporphyrin assemblies: Synthesis and properties",
abstract = "Re(CO)5Cl readily reacts with pyridine-derivatized porphyrins to give molecular squares or planar dimers featuring fac-Re(CO)3(Cl) corners. Chelating ligands, in sequential combination with pyridine-derivatized porphyrins, can be used to obtain related cofacial porphyrin assemblies. Films and membranes displaying molecular-scale porosity can be generated from squares by: (1) van der Waals aggregation, (2) layer-by-layer assembly chemistry based on zirconium-phosphonate links, or (3) polymerization at liquid-liquid interfaces. In addition to molecular sieving, films, membranes, and free assemblies have been used for chemical sensing, oxidative catalysis, and light-to-electrical energy conversion. The assemblies have also been used to investigate fundamental aspects of light-induced energy and electron transfer.",
keywords = "Molecular square, Porphyrin, Rhenium, Supramolecular",
author = "Hupp, {Joseph T}",
year = "2006",
month = "2",
day = "10",
doi = "10.1007/430_027",
language = "English",
isbn = "3540325425",
volume = "121",
series = "Structure and Bonding",
pages = "145--165",
booktitle = "Structure and Bonding",

}

TY - CHAP

T1 - Rhenium-linked multiporphyrin assemblies

T2 - Synthesis and properties

AU - Hupp, Joseph T

PY - 2006/2/10

Y1 - 2006/2/10

N2 - Re(CO)5Cl readily reacts with pyridine-derivatized porphyrins to give molecular squares or planar dimers featuring fac-Re(CO)3(Cl) corners. Chelating ligands, in sequential combination with pyridine-derivatized porphyrins, can be used to obtain related cofacial porphyrin assemblies. Films and membranes displaying molecular-scale porosity can be generated from squares by: (1) van der Waals aggregation, (2) layer-by-layer assembly chemistry based on zirconium-phosphonate links, or (3) polymerization at liquid-liquid interfaces. In addition to molecular sieving, films, membranes, and free assemblies have been used for chemical sensing, oxidative catalysis, and light-to-electrical energy conversion. The assemblies have also been used to investigate fundamental aspects of light-induced energy and electron transfer.

AB - Re(CO)5Cl readily reacts with pyridine-derivatized porphyrins to give molecular squares or planar dimers featuring fac-Re(CO)3(Cl) corners. Chelating ligands, in sequential combination with pyridine-derivatized porphyrins, can be used to obtain related cofacial porphyrin assemblies. Films and membranes displaying molecular-scale porosity can be generated from squares by: (1) van der Waals aggregation, (2) layer-by-layer assembly chemistry based on zirconium-phosphonate links, or (3) polymerization at liquid-liquid interfaces. In addition to molecular sieving, films, membranes, and free assemblies have been used for chemical sensing, oxidative catalysis, and light-to-electrical energy conversion. The assemblies have also been used to investigate fundamental aspects of light-induced energy and electron transfer.

KW - Molecular square

KW - Porphyrin

KW - Rhenium

KW - Supramolecular

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=33748791197&partnerID=8YFLogxK

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=33748791197&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.1007/430_027

DO - 10.1007/430_027

M3 - Chapter

SN - 3540325425

SN - 9783540325420

VL - 121

T3 - Structure and Bonding

SP - 145

EP - 165

BT - Structure and Bonding

ER -