Conformational Preferences and the Phase Stability of Fullerene Hexa-adducts

San Lien Wu, Chen Yang Hong, Kuan Yi Wu, Shih Ting Lan, Chou Ting Hsieh, Hsin Lung Chen, Chien-Lung Wang*

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Molecular conformation and the assembly structure determine the spatial arrangements of the constituent units and the functions of a molecule. Although, fullerene hexa-adducts (FHAs) have been known as functional materials with great versatility, their conformational preferences and phase stability remain a complicate issue. By choosing bithiophene (T 2 ) and dodecyl bithiophene (C 12 T 2 ) as the peripheral units of FHA, and using microscopic, scattering and diffraction characterizations, our study reveals how the intramolecular interaction and environmental stimulus affects the conformational preferences and phase stability of FHAs.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2011-2015
Number of pages5
JournalChemistry - An Asian Journal
Issue number14
StatePublished - 20 Jul 2016


  • conformation
  • conjugated molecule
  • fullerene
  • phase stability
  • self-organization

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