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Issue 43, 2016
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BODIPY-based conjugated microporous polymers as reusable heterogeneous photosensitisers in a photochemical flow reactor

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Abstract

BODIPY-based conjugated microporous polymers (BDP_CMP and PHTT_BDP) have been synthesised via two distinct methods of assembly: high-yielding Suzuki–Miyaura cross-coupling of BODIPY-containing building blocks, and post-synthetic conversion of an aldehyde-equipped CMP host that was synthesised in the absence of metal-based catalysts. Both approaches yielded BODIPY-based materials featuring a high BET surface area (484–769 m2 g−1) and a bathochromic shift in the maximum light absorbance (520–550 nm). Singlet oxygen production employing the BODIPY-based materials at 530 nm was carried out heterogeneously in a commercial photochemical flow reactor.

Graphical abstract: BODIPY-based conjugated microporous polymers as reusable heterogeneous photosensitisers in a photochemical flow reactor

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Submitted
10 Aug 2016
Accepted
05 Oct 2016
First published
06 Oct 2016

Polym. Chem., 2016,7, 6662-6670
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BODIPY-based conjugated microporous polymers as reusable heterogeneous photosensitisers in a photochemical flow reactor

J. M. Tobin, J. Liu, H. Hayes, M. Demleitner, D. Ellis, V. Arrighi, Z. Xu and F. Vilela, Polym. Chem., 2016, 7, 6662
DOI: 10.1039/C6PY01393G

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