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Spectroscopic Study of Charge-Transfer Complexation of Iodine with DB18C6 in Chloroform, Dichloromethane and Their 1:1 Mixture

Spectroscopic Study of Charge-Transfer Complexation of Iodine with DB18C6 in Chloroform,... & Nina Alizadeh n-alizadeh@guilan.ac.ir Department of Chemistry, University of Guilan, P.B. 41335-1914, Rasht, Iran 123 J Solution Chem (2016) 45:42–51 43 Keywords Charge-transfer complex  Iodine  Dibenzo-18-crown-6(DB18C6)  Kinetics Formation constant  Spectrophotometry  FTIR  H-NMR 1 Introduction Charge-transfer (CT) complexes are formed between electron donors, having sufficiently low ionization potentials, and acceptors, having sufficiently high electron affinities. The transfer of an electron from a donor to an acceptor occurs readily in a CT process [1]. Much of our knowledge about the behavior of CT complexes comes from the study of complexes between various donor molecules and a few standard acceptor molecules, e.g. I [2]. CT-complexes are regarded as important materials due to their various applica- tions [3, 4]. Such complexes have been reported as important reaction intermediates in many chemical reactions [5, 6] and play a considerable role in drug interactions. These complexes have been studied in organic conductors and photoconductors [7, 8]. The use of CT systems in molecular recognition in optochemical sensors, and in the design of small scale optoelectronic devices using CT model compounds, or in doping of organic semiconducting polymers, are nowadays important issues in material science [9–13]. EDA complexes play an http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Solution Chemistry Springer Journals

Spectroscopic Study of Charge-Transfer Complexation of Iodine with DB18C6 in Chloroform, Dichloromethane and Their 1:1 Mixture

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2016 by Springer Science+Business Media New York
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Chemistry; Physical Chemistry; Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering; Geochemistry; Oceanography; Inorganic Chemistry; Condensed Matter Physics
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0095-9782
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1572-8927
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10.1007/s10953-015-0428-8
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& Nina Alizadeh n-alizadeh@guilan.ac.ir Department of Chemistry, University of Guilan, P.B. 41335-1914, Rasht, Iran 123 J Solution Chem (2016) 45:42–51 43 Keywords Charge-transfer complex  Iodine  Dibenzo-18-crown-6(DB18C6)  Kinetics Formation constant  Spectrophotometry  FTIR  H-NMR 1 Introduction Charge-transfer (CT) complexes are formed between electron donors, having sufficiently low ionization potentials, and acceptors, having sufficiently high electron affinities. The transfer of an electron from a donor to an acceptor occurs readily in a CT process [1]. Much of our knowledge about the behavior of CT complexes comes from the study of complexes between various donor molecules and a few standard acceptor molecules, e.g. I [2]. CT-complexes are regarded as important materials due to their various applica- tions [3, 4]. Such complexes have been reported as important reaction intermediates in many chemical reactions [5, 6] and play a considerable role in drug interactions. These complexes have been studied in organic conductors and photoconductors [7, 8]. The use of CT systems in molecular recognition in optochemical sensors, and in the design of small scale optoelectronic devices using CT model compounds, or in doping of organic semiconducting polymers, are nowadays important issues in material science [9–13]. EDA complexes play an

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Published: Jan 18, 2016

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