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Themed collection Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines

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Near-infrared and metal-free tetra(butylamino)phthalocyanine nanoparticles for dual modal cancer phototherapy

Two new HSA-involved tetra(butylamino)phthalocyanine composite nanoparticles, as highly efficient dual-phototherapy agents upon a single NIR laser irradiation, were reported.

Graphical abstract: Near-infrared and metal-free tetra(butylamino)phthalocyanine nanoparticles for dual modal cancer phototherapy
From the themed collection: 2020 RSC Advances HOT Article Collection
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Impact of photosensitizer orientation on the distance dependent photocatalytic activity in zinc phthalocyanine–nanoporous gold hybrid systems

The distance dependency of the photocatalytic activity in zinc phthalocyanine–nanoporous gold hybrid systems was investigated revealing the importance of photosensitizer orientation in novel hybrid-based photocatalysts.

Graphical abstract: Impact of photosensitizer orientation on the distance dependent photocatalytic activity in zinc phthalocyanine–nanoporous gold hybrid systems
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Single-molecular phosphorus phthalocyanine-based near-infrared-II nanoagent for photothermal antitumor therapy

A molecular phosphorus phthalocyanine (P-Pc)-based nanoagent P-Pc-HSA, which can be a highly efficient NIR-II antitumor agent, is reported.

Graphical abstract: Single-molecular phosphorus phthalocyanine-based near-infrared-II nanoagent for photothermal antitumor therapy
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Elucidating π–π interaction-induced extension effect in sandwich phthalocyaninato compounds

π–π interaction-linked extension in the perpendicular direction to the monomers and corresponding effect on nonlinear optic properties have been clearly disclosed over the multiple-decker sandwich-type phthalocyaninato metal compounds.

Graphical abstract: Elucidating π–π interaction-induced extension effect in sandwich phthalocyaninato compounds
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Photocatalytic coatings based on a zinc(II) phthalocyanine derivative immobilized on nanoporous gold leafs with various pore sizes

A series of hybrid materials consisting of a zinc(II) phthalocyanine derivative immobilized on nanoporous gold leafs with various pore sizes was prepared and investigated regarding its singlet oxygen sensitization activity.

Graphical abstract: Photocatalytic coatings based on a zinc(ii) phthalocyanine derivative immobilized on nanoporous gold leafs with various pore sizes
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Magnetic properties of on-surface synthesized single-ion molecular magnets

We perform on-surface synthesis of single-ion molecular magnets on an Ag(111) surface and characterize their morphology, chemistry, and magnetism.

Graphical abstract: Magnetic properties of on-surface synthesized single-ion molecular magnets
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Electron delocalization in single-layer phthalocyanine-based covalent organic frameworks: a first principle study

A series of single-layer phthalocyanine-based covalent-organic frameworks (COFs) are shown to possess tunable delocalized electronic states which are attractive for optoelectronic applications.

Graphical abstract: Electron delocalization in single-layer phthalocyanine-based covalent organic frameworks: a first principle study
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Metal phthalocyanine organic thin-film transistors: changes in electrical performance and stability in response to temperature and environment

A series of metal phthalocyanine based organic thin film transistors were evaluated and their responses to changes in temperature and environmental was determined: the choice of central atom makes a difference.

Graphical abstract: Metal phthalocyanine organic thin-film transistors: changes in electrical performance and stability in response to temperature and environment
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Synthesis and biological evaluation of an epidermal growth factor receptor-targeted peptide-conjugated phthalocyanine-based photosensitiser

A peptide-conjugated zinc(II) phthalocyanine has been prepared which can selectively bind to the epidermal growth factor receptor of cancer cells and induce high cytotoxicity upon illumination.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis and biological evaluation of an epidermal growth factor receptor-targeted peptide-conjugated phthalocyanine-based photosensitiser
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Nonlinear optical behavior of n-tuple decker phthalocyanines at the nanosecond regime: investigation of change in mechanisms

Rare-earth n-tuple decker phthalocyanine complexes exhibit superior optical limiting properties than the neutral double-decker derivatives, with the normalized transmittance reduced to about 80%.

Graphical abstract: Nonlinear optical behavior of n-tuple decker phthalocyanines at the nanosecond regime: investigation of change in mechanisms
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Poly(arylene ether)s with aromatic azo-coupled cobalt phthalocyanines in the side chain: synthesis, characterization and nonlinear optical and optical limiting properties

A novel poly(arylene ether) with azo-coupled cobalt phthalocyanine in the side chain was prepared by 1,2-benzodinitrile, anhydrous cobaltous chloride and a novel azobenzene-containing poly(aryl ether).

Graphical abstract: Poly(arylene ether)s with aromatic azo-coupled cobalt phthalocyanines in the side chain: synthesis, characterization and nonlinear optical and optical limiting properties
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Reduced graphene oxide-induced crystallization of CuPc interfacial layer for high performance of perovskite photodetectors

TS-CuPc/rGO nanocomposite thin films were synthesized and applied as an interfacial layer for high-performance perovskite-based photodiodes.

Graphical abstract: Reduced graphene oxide-induced crystallization of CuPc interfacial layer for high performance of perovskite photodetectors
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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P and N type copper phthalocyanines as effective semiconductors in organic thin-film transistor based DNA biosensors at elevated temperatures

This study illustrates the use of an N-type semiconductor, in both temperature and DNA sensors and further elucidates the mechanism of DNA sensing in OTFTs.

Graphical abstract: P and N type copper phthalocyanines as effective semiconductors in organic thin-film transistor based DNA biosensors at elevated temperatures
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Tailoring of the chlorine sensing properties of substituted metal phthalocyanines non-covalently anchored on single-walled carbon nanotubes

Schematic view of the interaction between Cl2 and S1/S2 hybrid sensor.

Graphical abstract: Tailoring of the chlorine sensing properties of substituted metal phthalocyanines non-covalently anchored on single-walled carbon nanotubes
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Simple, selective and fast detection of acrylamide based on glutathione S-transferase

Acrylamide (AA) is a toxic compound formed in thermally prepared foods by Maillard reaction.

Graphical abstract: Simple, selective and fast detection of acrylamide based on glutathione S-transferase
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Control of the molecular packing of chloroboron(III) and fluoroboron(III) subnaphthalocyanines by designing peripheral substituents

Dipolar subnaphthalocyanines with alkynyl groups and a B–F moiety are packed in hexagonal columns.

Graphical abstract: Control of the molecular packing of chloroboron(iii) and fluoroboron(iii) subnaphthalocyanines by designing peripheral substituents
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Combinatorial experimental and DFT theoretical investigation over the formation mechanism of a binuclear phthalocyanine dimer

Herein, a density functional calculation method was used to explore the formation mechanism of a metal-free, homobinuclear phthalocyanine dimer.

Graphical abstract: Combinatorial experimental and DFT theoretical investigation over the formation mechanism of a binuclear phthalocyanine dimer
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Synthesis and evaluation of a tetra[6,7]quinoxalinoporphyrazine-based near infrared photosensitizer

We report a near infrared, water-soluble, functional and dendrimeric photosensitizer for photodynamic therapy.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis and evaluation of a tetra[6,7]quinoxalinoporphyrazine-based near infrared photosensitizer
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Synthesis and characterization of fluorophthalocyanines bearing four 2-(2-thienyl)ethoxy moieties: from the optimization of the fluorine substitution to chemosensing

Tuning of the electron-donating/withdrawing balance in phthalocyanine complexes.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis and characterization of fluorophthalocyanines bearing four 2-(2-thienyl)ethoxy moieties: from the optimization of the fluorine substitution to chemosensing
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Photodynamic antimicrobial chemotherapy with cationic phthalocyanines against Escherichia coli planktonic and biofilm cultures

Cationic phthalocyanines (Pcs) combine with photodynamic antimicrobial chemotherapy (PACT) presents excellent antibacterial activity to Gram-negative bacteria E. coli.

Graphical abstract: Photodynamic antimicrobial chemotherapy with cationic phthalocyanines against Escherichia coli planktonic and biofilm cultures
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Subphthalocyanine-based porous organic polymers

The synthesis and photophysical properties of two subphthalocyanine-based porous organic polymers (SubPc-POPs) are reported.

Graphical abstract: Subphthalocyanine-based porous organic polymers
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Mechanistic study of NO oxidation on Cr–phthalocyanine: theoretical insight

A mechanistic investigation by DFT reveals that Cr–phthalocyanine is a promising catalyst for NO oxidation at low temperatures.

Graphical abstract: Mechanistic study of NO oxidation on Cr–phthalocyanine: theoretical insight
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Anionic hexadeca-carboxylate tetrapyrazinoporphyrazine: synthesis and in vitro photodynamic studies of a water-soluble, non-aggregating photosensitizer

Photodynamic activity of hexadeca-carboxylate tetrapyrazinoporphyrazine is largely influenced by intracellular pH and its interaction with serum proteins.

Graphical abstract: Anionic hexadeca-carboxylate tetrapyrazinoporphyrazine: synthesis and in vitro photodynamic studies of a water-soluble, non-aggregating photosensitizer
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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Synthesis and photophysical properties of phthalocyanines having calixpyrrole units

Calixpyrrole-armed metal phthalocyanine undergoes complexation by anions at the apical metal position upon light excitation.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis and photophysical properties of phthalocyanines having calixpyrrole units
From the themed collection: Editors' Collection: Phthalocyanines
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About this collection

This collection, guest edited by Associate Editor Dr Fabienne Dumoulin (Acıbadem Mehmet Ali Aydınlar University), features contributions on Phthalocyanines. These brightly coloured molecules belong to the porphyrinoids family, as do haemoglobin and chlorophyll. Their optical, magnetic, electronic (amongst others!) properties can be tailored by playing with the substitution and/or metalation pattern, with quasi-infinite combinations, giving the opportunity to perform enthralling structure-properties or structure-activities relationship analyses.

With an appropriate design, these fascinating compounds can act as photosensitisers for photodynamic therapy, take place in sensor devices, harvest light, catalyse, electro-catalyse or photo-catalyse either oxidation or reduction reactions. Their inclusion in materials such as MOFs and COFs and more generally in nanoscience enlarge again the possibilities to produce high-performance compounds and materials, should it be for pure fundamental research or more applied technologies.

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