Axially-substituted subphthalocyanine and boron subnaphthalocyanine chloride were synthesized to investigate their electronic properties as donors in donor-acceptor systems. These donor-acceptor systems were made in an effort find an efficient way to harvest solar energy and mimic natural photosynthesis.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, University of Minnesota Duluth
Headlee, Samuel; Dudkin, Semen; Nemykin, Viktor.
Synthesis of Boron Subnaphthalocynine Chloride and Axially-Substituted Subphthalocyanine.
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