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Copper(II) 1,2,3,4,8,9,10,11,15,16,17,18,22,23,24,25-hexadecafluoro-29H,31H-phthalocyanine

Dye content 80 %

Synonym: F16CuPc

  • CAS Number 14916-87-1

  • Empirical Formula (Hill Notation) C32CuF16N8

  • Molecular Weight 863.92

  •  MDL number MFCD00274642

  •  PubChem Substance ID 24868290

  •  NACRES NA.23

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Properties

Related Categories Acceptor Materials, Infrared (IR) Dyes, Materials Science, Non-fullerene Acceptor Materials, Organic Field Effect Transistor (OFET) Materials,
Quality Level   100
composition   Dye content, 80%
mp   >300 °C (lit.)
λmax   689 nm
SMILES string   Fc1c(F)c(F)c2c3nc(nc4n5[Cu]n6c(n3)c7c(F)c(F)c(F)c(F)c7c6nc8nc(nc5c9c(F)c(F)c(F)c(F)c49)c%10c(F)c(F)c(F)c(F)c8%10)c2c1F
InChI   1S/C32F16N8.Cu/c33-9-1-2(10(34)18(42)17(9)41)26-49-25(1)53-27-3-4(12(36)20(44)19(43)11(3)35)29(50-27)55-31-7-8(16(40)24(48)23(47)15(7)39)32(52-31)56-30-6-5(28(51-30)54-26)13(37)21(45)22(46)14(6)38;/q-2;+2
InChI key   FJAOBQORBYMRNO-UHFFFAOYSA-N

Description

General description

Copper(II) 1,2,3,4,8,9,10,11,15,16,17,18,22,23,24,25-hexadecafluoro-29H,31H-phthalocyanine(F16CuPc) is an organic molecule that can be used as an electron transporting material with good air-stability and an electron mobility of 0.11 cm2/Vs . It is majorly used in a variety of energy conservation based applications.

Application

F16CuPc can be used as an electron transporting layer for semiconducting applications such as an electron accepting material for organic photovoltaic cells and as a catalyst in biomimetic sensors. It may also be used in the fabrication of organic thin film transistors(OTFTs) and quartz crystal microbalance(QCM) based sensors.

Packaging

1 g in glass bottle

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Protocols & Articles

Articles

Organic Materials for Thin Film Transistors

Flexible electronic circuits, displays, and sensors based on organic active materials will enable future generations of electronics products that may eventually enter the mainstream electronics marke...
Prof. Zhenan Bao
Material Matters 2007, 2.3, 4.
Keywords: Building blocks, Deposition, Electronics, Nanotubes, Semiconductor

Progress for High Performance Tandem Organic Solar Cells

The Centre of Nanoscale Science and Technology and Key Laboratory of Functional Polymer Materials, Institute of Polymer Chemistry, College of Chemistry, Nankai University, Tianjin 300071, China State...
Keywords: Absorption, Nucleic acid annealing, Polymer science, Recombination, Renewable energy, Semiconductor, Separation, Solar cells

Self-Assembled Nanodielectrics (SANDs) for Unconventional Electronics

The field of unconventional electronics represents a new opportunity for the semiconductor and electronics industries.1 This broad field encompasses both “printed organic/inorganic” and “transparent”...
Antonio Facchetti, Tobin J. Marks
Keywords: Absorption, Adhesion, Adsorption, Chemical vapor deposition, Deposition, Electronics, Evaporation, Industries, Microscopy, Nanomaterials, Nanotubes, Nucleic acid annealing, Reductions, Scanning electron microscopy, Semiconductor, Solvents, Spectroscopy

Self-Assembly in Organic Thin Film Transistors for Flexible Electronic Devices

Flexible electronic circuits and displays based on organic active materials are future generations of products that may eventually enter mainstream electronics market. The advantages in using organic...
Professor Zhenan Bao
Material Matters 2006, 1.2, 11.
Keywords: Applications, Building blocks, Crystallization, Deposition, Electronics, Methods, Polymerization reactions, Semiconductor, Spin coating

Soluble Pentacene Precursors

In order to introduce un-functionalized pentacene within a device such as an organic field effect transistor (OFET), soluble pentacene precursors, which readily transform into pentacene upon heating ...
Prof. Cherie R. Kagan

Associate Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering,
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Keywords: Deposition, Evaporation, Semiconductor, Size-exclusion chromatography

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