Novel heterocycle-based azine/azinium-(pi-bridge)-pyrrole systems, [(1-(pyrid-4-yl)-2-(N-methylpyrrol-2-yl)]ethene (1), 5-[(N-methylpyrrol-2-yl)azo]quinoline (2), 5-[(N-methylpyrrol-2-yl)azo]isoquinoline (3), and the corresponding N-methotriflates 4-6 were synthesized and characterized. Chromophore precursors 1-3 react with iodobenzyl-functionalized surfaces (10) affording polar-ordered a-bonded thin films 7-9, respectively. All systems were studied by optical (UV-visible, phatoluminescence) spectroscopies, electrochemical (CV), and thermal (TGA, DSG) techniques. Self-assembled chromophore monolayers 7-9 on glass, quartz, and silicon substrates have been characterized by a full complement of physicochemical techniques: optical spectroscopy, aqueous advancing contact angle measurements, specular X-ray reflectivity, atomic force microscopy, and angle-dependent polarized second harmonic generation. Film second harmonic generation responses chi(zzz)((2)) vary more than 1 order of magnitude ranging from 1.3 and 1.6, to 34 x 10(-8) esu for 9-, 8-, and 7-based monolayers, respectively. This study demonstrates the following: (i) SA monolayers can be prepared using various types of azine-containing precursors; (ii) chromophore and SA film properties are influenced predominantly by the nature of the pi-deficient azinium acceptor; (iii) unsubstituted, pi-excessive pyrrol-2-yl rings can act as primary donor groups in push-pull conjugated systems

Facchetti, A., Abbotto, A., Beverina, L., van der Boom, M.E., Dutta, P., Evmenenko, G., et al. (2002). Azinium-(pi-bridge)-pyrrole NLO-phores: Influence of heterocycle acceptors on chromophoric and self-assembled thin-film properties. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 14(12), 4996-5005 [10.1021/cm0205635].

Azinium-(pi-bridge)-pyrrole NLO-phores: Influence of heterocycle acceptors on chromophoric and self-assembled thin-film properties

ABBOTTO, ALESSANDRO;BEVERINA, LUCA;PAGANI, GIORGIO ALBERTO
2002

Abstract

Novel heterocycle-based azine/azinium-(pi-bridge)-pyrrole systems, [(1-(pyrid-4-yl)-2-(N-methylpyrrol-2-yl)]ethene (1), 5-[(N-methylpyrrol-2-yl)azo]quinoline (2), 5-[(N-methylpyrrol-2-yl)azo]isoquinoline (3), and the corresponding N-methotriflates 4-6 were synthesized and characterized. Chromophore precursors 1-3 react with iodobenzyl-functionalized surfaces (10) affording polar-ordered a-bonded thin films 7-9, respectively. All systems were studied by optical (UV-visible, phatoluminescence) spectroscopies, electrochemical (CV), and thermal (TGA, DSG) techniques. Self-assembled chromophore monolayers 7-9 on glass, quartz, and silicon substrates have been characterized by a full complement of physicochemical techniques: optical spectroscopy, aqueous advancing contact angle measurements, specular X-ray reflectivity, atomic force microscopy, and angle-dependent polarized second harmonic generation. Film second harmonic generation responses chi(zzz)((2)) vary more than 1 order of magnitude ranging from 1.3 and 1.6, to 34 x 10(-8) esu for 9-, 8-, and 7-based monolayers, respectively. This study demonstrates the following: (i) SA monolayers can be prepared using various types of azine-containing precursors; (ii) chromophore and SA film properties are influenced predominantly by the nature of the pi-deficient azinium acceptor; (iii) unsubstituted, pi-excessive pyrrol-2-yl rings can act as primary donor groups in push-pull conjugated systems
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Langmuir-Blodgett-Films; 2nd-Order Optical Nonlinearities; Pyridinium-Dicyanomethanide Dyes; Ion-Exchange Processes; 2nd-Harmonic Generation; Electrooptic Materials; Multilayer Films; Microstructural Characterization; Organic-Molecules; Wave-Guide
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Facchetti, A., Abbotto, A., Beverina, L., van der Boom, M.E., Dutta, P., Evmenenko, G., et al. (2002). Azinium-(pi-bridge)-pyrrole NLO-phores: Influence of heterocycle acceptors on chromophoric and self-assembled thin-film properties. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 14(12), 4996-5005 [10.1021/cm0205635].
Facchetti, A; Abbotto, A; Beverina, L; van der Boom, M; Dutta, P; Evmenenko, G; Marks, T; Pagani, G
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