Maxwell J. Robb, Sung-Yu Ku, Fulvio G. Brunetti and Craig J. Hawker A renaissance of color: New structures and building blocks for organic electronics Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 51
The need for higher performance organic electronic materials has inspired a resurgence of historical dyes and pigments and their transformation into new families of π-conjugated building blocks used to construct advanced (macro)molecular semiconductors. Their outstanding properties and synthetic availability have led to cutting-edge materials with remarkable properties well-suited for organic electronic devices. These building blocks are now being used to assemble the next generation of electronic materials with precise structure and function.
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