Monobromination of β, β′-π-extended porphyrins was found to selectively occur at the β or β′ position of the porphyrins which is antipodal to the fused aromatic ring. Subsequent Sonogashira or Heck coupling of the resultant bromoporphyrin introduced a carboxylphenylethynyl group or an acrylic acid group to the π-extended porphyrin. The optimal reaction conditions were found for the Sonogashira and Heck coupling reaction. All of the coupling products have shown a broadening and red-shift of the Soret band and Q bands in the UV–Vis absorption spectra compared with the π-extended porphyrin starting materials and the original unmodified porphyrins.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 22, 2013
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