Self-organization of polar porphyrinoids

Sukumaran Santhosh Babu, Davide Bonifazi

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This Minireview focuses on the very recent developments in the field of porphyrin-based self-assembled nanomaterials with a particular focus on the use of tetrapyrrolic macrocycles bearing amphiphilic and ionic functionalities. As one of the most studied molecular materials, the importance of porphyrin-derived nanomaterials has attracted wide interest in many applications like catalysis, photodynamic therapy, and organic solar cells to name a few. By using key examples that have recently appeared in the literature, the discussion unfolds through two sections: amphiphilic and ionic assemblies. Although it focuses on the nanostructuring methodologies used to obtain organized materials, the discussion will also target the physical characterization of the functional materials for their implementation in prototypes.

langue originaleAnglais
Pages (de - à)895-906
Nombre de pages12
journalChemPlusChem
Volume79
Numéro de publication7
Les DOIs
étatPublié - 2014

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Porphyrins
Nanostructured materials
Bearings (structural)
Photodynamic therapy
Functional materials
Catalysis
Organic solar cells

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Babu, Sukumaran Santhosh ; Bonifazi, Davide. / Self-organization of polar porphyrinoids. Dans: ChemPlusChem. 2014 ; Vol 79, Numéro 7. p. 895-906.
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