Supramolecular structures consisting of dendritic porphyrins and single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) have been prepared and characterized as an efficient donor/acceptor system. Non-covalent interactions enable the pair system to produce suitable electron transfer through a process occurring from the dendritic porphyrin core to the graphenic wall of carbon nanotubes. The role of structure/architecture of our dendritic molecules on SWNT photoelectrical behaviour has been also investigated

Synthesis and Photoelectrical Properties of Carbon Nanotube-Dendritic Porphyrin Light Harvesting Molecule Systems

VALENTINI, LUCA;ARMENTANO, ILARIA;KENNY, Jose Maria
2007

Abstract

Supramolecular structures consisting of dendritic porphyrins and single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) have been prepared and characterized as an efficient donor/acceptor system. Non-covalent interactions enable the pair system to produce suitable electron transfer through a process occurring from the dendritic porphyrin core to the graphenic wall of carbon nanotubes. The role of structure/architecture of our dendritic molecules on SWNT photoelectrical behaviour has been also investigated
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