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Polymerization of thiophene containing cyclobutadiene Co cyclopentadiene complexes

01 Jun 2006-Synthetic Metals (Elsevier)-Vol. 156, Iss: 11, pp 784-791
TL;DR: In this article, a series of cyclobutadiene cobalt cyclopentadiene (CbCoCp) complexes containing electrochemically polymerizable thiophene units were synthesized.
About: This article is published in Synthetic Metals.The article was published on 2006-06-01. It has received 11 citations till now. The article focuses on the topics: Cyclobutadiene & Thiophene.
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TL;DR: In this article, the evolution of organotransition metal electrochemistry from its origin with ferrocene to its promise in future applications is presented, where key findings on the relationships of electron transfer to molecular structures and to the reactions of OMT metal complexes are given.

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TL;DR: Recent developments in the field of synthesis and potential applications of metal-functionalized polymers obtained via electropolymerization are presented, highlighting the significant advances in this field of research.
Abstract: Electropolymerization represents a suitable and well-established approach for the assembly of polymer structures, in particular with regard to the formation of thin, insoluble films. Utilization of monomers that are functionalized with metal complex units allows the combination of structural and functional benefits of polymers and metal moieties. Since a broad range of both electropolymerizable monomers and metal complexes are available, various structures and, thus, applications are possible. Recent developments in the field of synthesis and potential applications of metal-functionalized polymers obtained via electropolymerization are presented, highlighting the significant advances in this field of research.

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TL;DR: Acrylate derivatives of these compounds were found to polymerize giving rise to the first example of polymers containing neutral, 18 e cobaltoarenocenes in the side chain.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors employed both as an analytical instrumental technique and as a method of inducing changes in the structure and reactivity of organometallic complexes, which is the primary implemen...

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TL;DR: In this article, a review is concerned with the neglected class of inorganic compounds, which contain ions of the same element in two different formal states of oxidation, and a number of references cite that many individual examples of this class have been studied, yet they have very rarely been treated as a class, and there has never before, to our knowledge, been a systematic attempt to classify their properties in terms of their electronic and molecular structures.
Abstract: Publisher Summary This review is concerned with the neglected class of inorganic compounds, which contain ions of the same element in two different formal states of oxidation. Although the number of references cited in our review show that many individual examples of this class have been studied, yet they have very rarely been treated as a class, and there has never before, to our knowledge, been a systematic attempt to classify their properties in terms of their electronic and molecular structures. In the past, systems containing an element in two different states of oxidation have gone by various names, the terms “mixed valence,” nonintegral valence,” “mixed oxidation,” “oscillating valency,” and “controlled valency” being used interchangeably. Actually, none of these is completely accurate or all-embracing, but in our hope to avoid the introduction of yet another definition, we have somewhat arbitrarily adopted the phrase “mixed valence” for the description of these systems. The concept of resonance among various valence bond structures is one of the cornerstones of modern organic chemistry.

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