Multilayered Vesicles Formed by Polyaromatic Oligoamines: Potential Light-Harvesting Spheres

Jevric, Jovana; Langenegger, Simon Matthias; Häner, Robert (10 September 2017). Multilayered Vesicles Formed by Polyaromatic Oligoamines: Potential Light-Harvesting Spheres. In: 81st Prague Meeting on Macromolecules - Polymers and Organic Materials for Electronics and Photonics: Science for Applications. Prague, Czech Republic. 10.-14. Sept. 2017.

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Supramolecular phenanthrene polymers with a negative charged phosphate backbone have been synthesized in our group. These assembled oligomers can act as light harvesting antennas. Herein we replaced the negative charged phosphate backbone by a positive charged amine one and analyzed the aggregation behavior and light harvesting properties. The self-assembly of 1,8-disubstituted amine-linked phenanthrene trimers in aqueous solution formed mono- and even multilayered vesicles based on atomic-force microscopy. The incorporation of pyrene into the vesicles allows aninvestigation of light harvesting properties.

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Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)


08 Faculty of Science > Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences (DCBP)

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Jevric, Jovana; Langenegger, Simon Matthias and Häner, Robert


500 Science > 540 Chemistry




Jovana Jevric

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08 Jun 2018 13:38

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25 Nov 2019 13:48




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