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An Influence of Copper Cation in the Complex on Structure of the Nanostructured Layers, Spectral and Electrocatalytic Characteristics of Langmuir-Schaeffer Films of Triphenylcorrole

Nadezhda M. Berezina,a@1 Thao T. Vu,b Nadezhda V. Kharitonova,a Larisa A. Maiorova,a@2 Oskar I. Koifman,a,c and Sergei V. Zyablovd

 

Dedicated to Prof. Dieter Wöhrle on the occasion of his Birthday

 

aInstitute of Macroheterocyclic Compounds, Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology, 153000 Ivanovo, Russian Federation

bNational University, Hanoi, Vietnam

cG.A. Krestov Institute of Solution Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, 153045 Ivanovo, Russian Federation

dProfi-studio, 153037 Ivanovo, Russian Federation

@1Corresponding author E-mail: sky_berezina@rambler.ru

@2Corresponding author E-mail: maiorova.larissa@gmail.com

 

DOI: 10.6060/mhc190127b

Macroheterocycles 2019 12(3) 282-291

 

An influence of copper cation in the complex on structure and properties of the floating layers of 5,10,15-triphenylcorrole (Cu[(ms-Ph)3Cor]) at the air-water interface was studied. The structure of the layers has been determined using the method of quantitative analysis of compression isotherms. A model of stable nanostructured layers of the substance has been constructed. Copper cation in the macrocycle increases the density of two-dimensional M-nanoaggregates, while the number of molecules in such aggregates experiences 2–3-fold growth. Like the metal-free triphenylcorrole, this copper-containing compound in multilayer Langmuir-Schaeffer (LS) films with edge-on arrangement of molecules forms aggregates with strong intermolecular interactions. Such LS films may be suitable for electrocatalysis in the oxygen reduction reaction.

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