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Multifunctional porphyrinic materials encapsulated into macronets with photo chemotherapeutic applications

Abstract

Supramolecidar chemistry is expected to keep a high developing advanced of molecular devices based on multifunctional materials. Porphyrins and their analogues should play a significant role as a consequence of their catalytic, electrocatalytic, photochemical and photoelectrochemical properties. Such molecular materials contain a high porosity with large cavities and galleries that can be functionalization yielding to a desired chirality and structure. The functionalization implies inserting into macrocydic cavity, followed by auto-assembling as columnar aggregates. The obtained cavities are used as host for different molecular guests. H and J-aggregates of some porphyrins are based on the intermolecular interactions of 3-5 Kcal/mol per porphyrin face. The columnar structure formed by porphyrins has a length of 5 to 27 porphyrin unities. In this paper we focused on our own strategy based on coordination chemistry for the design and build-up of supermolecules and supra molecular structures constituted by a porphyrin (TSPPJ and a new and revolutionary method for stabilizing porphyrins (as organic part), by their incapsulation into supports with controlled porosity as macronets (as inorganic parts), obtaining some hybrids materials. Included are also their properties and potential applications. Key words: porphyrins, macronets, photochemotherapy.
Authors:
Ion, R. -M.; Fierascu, R. -C.; Dimitriu, I. [1] 
  1. Valahia University, Materials Science Department, Targoviste (Romania)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2008
Product Type:
Journal Article
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Materials, methods and technologies (CD-ROM); Journal Volume: 2; Other Information: 14 refs., 4 figs., 2 tabs.
Subject:
36 MATERIALS SCIENCE; CAVITIES; CHIRALITY; COORDINATION NUMBER; COORDINATION VALENCES; DESIGN; HYBRIDIZATION; LENGTH; MATERIALS; MOLECULAR STRUCTURE; PHOTOCHEMISTRY; POROSITY; PORPHYRINS
OSTI ID:
22286451
Country of Origin:
Bulgaria
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 1313-2539; TRN: BG1400514107884
Availability:
Available http://www.scientific-publications.net/download/materials-methods-and-technologies-2008.pdf
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
page(s) 223-229
Announcement Date:
Dec 22, 2014

Citation Formats

Ion, R. -M., Fierascu, R. -C., and Dimitriu, I. Multifunctional porphyrinic materials encapsulated into macronets with photo chemotherapeutic applications. Bulgaria: N. p., 2008. Web.
Ion, R. -M., Fierascu, R. -C., & Dimitriu, I. Multifunctional porphyrinic materials encapsulated into macronets with photo chemotherapeutic applications. Bulgaria.
Ion, R. -M., Fierascu, R. -C., and Dimitriu, I. 2008. "Multifunctional porphyrinic materials encapsulated into macronets with photo chemotherapeutic applications." Bulgaria.
@misc{etde_22286451,
title = {Multifunctional porphyrinic materials encapsulated into macronets with photo chemotherapeutic applications}
author = {Ion, R. -M., Fierascu, R. -C., and Dimitriu, I.}
abstractNote = {Supramolecidar chemistry is expected to keep a high developing advanced of molecular devices based on multifunctional materials. Porphyrins and their analogues should play a significant role as a consequence of their catalytic, electrocatalytic, photochemical and photoelectrochemical properties. Such molecular materials contain a high porosity with large cavities and galleries that can be functionalization yielding to a desired chirality and structure. The functionalization implies inserting into macrocydic cavity, followed by auto-assembling as columnar aggregates. The obtained cavities are used as host for different molecular guests. H and J-aggregates of some porphyrins are based on the intermolecular interactions of 3-5 Kcal/mol per porphyrin face. The columnar structure formed by porphyrins has a length of 5 to 27 porphyrin unities. In this paper we focused on our own strategy based on coordination chemistry for the design and build-up of supermolecules and supra molecular structures constituted by a porphyrin (TSPPJ and a new and revolutionary method for stabilizing porphyrins (as organic part), by their incapsulation into supports with controlled porosity as macronets (as inorganic parts), obtaining some hybrids materials. Included are also their properties and potential applications. Key words: porphyrins, macronets, photochemotherapy.}
journal = {Materials, methods and technologies (CD-ROM)}
volume = {2}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Bulgaria}
year = {2008}
month = {Jul}
}