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Synthesis of an Ionic Network by Molecular Recognition between Two Porphyrins at the Air-Water Interface

Abstract : The present work deals with the building of a planar ionic paving based on amphiphilic porphyrins. The engineering strategy is based on a molecular recognition at the air-water interface between two differently tetrasubstituted porphyrins P1 and P2. The direct mixing of MP1 and MP2 (M  Cu, H2) leads to the spontaneous formation of face to face ionic heterodimers which have been fully characterized. On the contrary, when MP2 is replaced by its μ-oxo dimer (FeP2)2O, the steric hindrance prevents the heterodimerization with P1 and the final structure is now the claimed ionic planar network
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Florence Porteu, Serge Palacin, Annie Ruaudel-Teixier, André Barraud. Synthesis of an Ionic Network by Molecular Recognition between Two Porphyrins at the Air-Water Interface. Thin Solid Films, Elsevier, 1992, 210-211, pp.769-772. ⟨10.1016/0040-6090(92)90399-V⟩. ⟨cea-01058247⟩

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