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Molecular Structure and Conformation of Free Base Corroles

Mikalai M. Kruk,a@1 Dmitry V. Klenitsky,a and Wouter Maesb@2

aBelarusian State Technological University, Physics Department, 220006 Minsk, Belarus

bDesign & Synthesis of Organic Semiconductors (DSOS), Institute for Materials Research (IMO-IMOMEC), Hasselt University, B-3590 Diepenbeek, Belgium

@1Corresponding author E-mail: krukmikalai@yahoo.com; m.kruk@belstu.by

@2Corresponding author E-mail: wouter.maes@uhasselt.be

 

Dedicated to the 85-th anniversary of Academician G. P. Gurinovich

 

DOI: 10.6060/mhc190229k

Macroheterocycles 2019 12(1) 58-67

 

Corroles represent a unique family of tetrapyrrolic chromophores with distinct structural, chemical and photophysical properties, which render them promising materials for numerous applications. The lack of one of the meso-carbon atoms ultimately leads to nonplanar macrocycle distortions. The aim of this review is to summarize the peculiarities of the molecular conformations of free base corroles and provide a unified approach for their analysis.

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