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Issue 12, 2013
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N,N′-Dibutylbarbituric acid as an acceptor moiety in push–pull chromophores

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Abstract

Twelve novel D–π–A chromophores with the N,N′-dibutylbarbituric acid acceptor, the N,N-dimethylamino donor and a systematically extended π-linker were synthesized. The extent of intramolecular charge-transfer, structure–property relationships and nonlinear optical properties were further investigated by X-ray analysis, electrochemistry, UV/Vis absorption spectra, calculations and EFISH experiments.

Graphical abstract: N,N′-Dibutylbarbituric acid as an acceptor moiety in push–pull chromophores

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Submitted
24 Jun 2013
Accepted
03 Oct 2013
First published
04 Oct 2013

This article is Open Access

New J. Chem., 2013,37, 4230-4240
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N,N′-Dibutylbarbituric acid as an acceptor moiety in push–pull chromophores

M. Klikar, F. Bureš, O. Pytela, T. Mikysek, Z. Padělková, A. Barsella, K. Dorkenoo and S. Achelle, New J. Chem., 2013, 37, 4230
DOI: 10.1039/C3NJ00683B

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