Novel TTF Derivatives as Components for Conducting CT Complexes

J. Y. Becker, E. Aqad, J. Bernstein, A. Ellern, V. Khodorkovsky, T. Regev, L. Shahal, L. Shapiro, C.-S. Wang

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Abstract

Halogenated TTF derivatives, especially iodinated ones, are important compounds as intermediates for further TTF derivatization, as well as for their intrinsic value as donors with an increased tendency to participate in intermolecular interactions compared to TTF, in the charge transfer (CT) complexes and ion-radical salts derived from them1. Our previous work has shown that stepwise bromination of lithiated TTF can give rise exclusively to 2,3-dibromo-TTF in moderate yields2, out of the three possible dibromo-TTF isomers. The stacking mode (Figure 1) shows both Br...Br (3.669Å) and Br...S (3.646Å) interactions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMolecular Engineering for Advanced Materials
EditorsJ. Y. Becher, Kjeld Schaumburg
Place of PublicationDordrecht
PublisherSpringer Netherlands
Pages277-293
Number of pages17
Volume456
ISBN (Print)978-94-015-8575-0
DOIs
StatePublished - 1995

Publication series

NameNATO ASI Series
PublisherKluwer Academic Publishers

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