The Rise of Conjugated Poly-ynes and Poly(Metalla-ynes): From Design Through Synthesis to Structure-Property Relationships and Applications

Ashanul Haque, Idris Juma Al-Busaidi, Rayya A. Al-balushi, Muhammad S Khan, Paul Raithby

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Abstract

Conjugated poly-ynes and poly(metalla-ynes) constitute an important class of new materials with potential application in various domains of science. The key factors responsible for the diverse usage of these materials is their intriguing and tunable chemical and photo-physical properties. This review highlights fascinating advances made in the field of conjugated organic poly-ynes and poly(metalla-ynes) incorporating group 4-11 metals. This includes several important aspects of conjugated poly-ynes viz. synthetic protocols, bonding, electronic structure, and nature of luminescence, structure-property relationships, diverse applications, and concluding remarks. Furthermore, we delineated the future directions and challenges in this particular area of research.
Original languageEnglish
JournalChemical Reviews
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 14 Jun 2018

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Keywords

  • Poly-yne
  • Poly(Metalla-ynes)
  • Structure
  • Properties

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The Rise of Conjugated Poly-ynes and Poly(Metalla-ynes): From Design Through Synthesis to Structure-Property Relationships and Applications. / Haque, Ashanul; Al-Busaidi, Idris Juma; Al-balushi, Rayya A.; Khan, Muhammad S; Raithby, Paul.

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