Effect of Alkyl Substituents on 2D and 1D Self-assembly and Photovoltaic Properties of Hydrogen-bonded Oligothiophene Rosettes

Abstract : Hydrogen-bonding oligothiophene bearing octyl chains self-assembles into extended nanorods via the formation of cyclic hexamer. The nanorods can function as an electron-donating materials for electron-accepting PC71BM in bulk-heterojunction solar cells. We report the impact of longer alkyl chains on 2D and 1D assembly. Compared to the previously reported hexylated derivative, newly synthesized octylated derivative showed a lower degree of ordering in 2D assembly on a solid–liquid interface, but higher capability in 1D self-assembly into nanorods upon solution-casting.
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Chemistry Letters, Chemical Society of Japan, 2017, 46 (8), pp.1102 - 1104. 〈10.1246/cl.170407〉
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Hayato Ouchi, Takahiro Kizaki, Xu Lin, Deepak D. Prabhu, Nagahiro Hoshi, et al.. Effect of Alkyl Substituents on 2D and 1D Self-assembly and Photovoltaic Properties of Hydrogen-bonded Oligothiophene Rosettes. Chemistry Letters, Chemical Society of Japan, 2017, 46 (8), pp.1102 - 1104. 〈10.1246/cl.170407〉. 〈cea-01591477〉

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