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Chirality induction using circularly polarized light into a branched oligofluorene derivative in the presence of an achiral aid molecule

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Abstract

Chirality induction into a uniform, star-shaped fluorene oligomer with a central truxene moiety (T3) was achieved using circularly polarized light in the presence of achiral fluorene or phenanthrene. Induction into T3 alone was difficult, suggesting that close chain packing realized through interactions of T3 with small molecules plays a role in chirality induction.

Graphical abstract: Chirality induction using circularly polarized light into a branched oligofluorene derivative in the presence of an achiral aid molecule

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Submitted
12 Oct 2015
Accepted
08 Dec 2015
First published
08 Dec 2015

Chem. Commun., 2016,52, 1919-1922
Article type
Communication
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Chirality induction using circularly polarized light into a branched oligofluorene derivative in the presence of an achiral aid molecule

Y. Wang, A. L. Kanibolotsky, P. J. Skabara and T. Nakano, Chem. Commun., 2016, 52, 1919
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC08464D

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