Synthesis and charge transport studies of stable, soluble hexacenes Public Deposited

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  • Acenes larger than pentacene are predicted to possess enticing electronic properties, but are insoluble and prone to rapid decomposition. Utilizing a combination of functionalization strategies, we present stable, solution processable hexacenes and an evaluation of their hole and electron transport properties.
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  • Purushothaman, B., Anthony, J., Parkin, S., Kendrick, M., David, D., Ward, J., . . . . (2012). Synthesis and charge transport studies of stable, soluble hexacenes. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 48(66), 8261-8263. doi: 10.1039/c2cc33919f
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