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Heavier pnictogens – treasures for optical electronic and reactivity tuning

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Abstract

We highlight recent advances in organopnictogen chemistry contrasting the properties of lighter and heavier pnictogens. Exploring new bonding situations, discovering unprecedented reactivities and producing fascinating opto-electronic materials are some of the most prominent directions of current organopnicogen research. Expanding the chemical toolbox towards the heavier group 15 elements will continue to create new opportunities to tailor molecular properties for small molecule activation/reactivity and materials applications alike. This frontier article illustrates the elemental substitution approach in selected literature examples.

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The article was received on 07 Feb 2019, accepted on 19 Feb 2019 and first published on 20 Feb 2019


Article type: Frontier
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT00574A
Dalton Trans., 2019,48, 4460-4466
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    Heavier pnictogens – treasures for optical electronic and reactivity tuning

    J. P. Green, J. A. L. Wells and A. Orthaber, Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 4460
    DOI: 10.1039/C9DT00574A

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