Highly branched “starburst” polyarylamines were synthesized by repetitive condensations of 2,4dinitrofluorobenzene with anilines, followed by reduction. These starburst arylamines were complexed with iodine to form semiconducting products. The reduced arylamines were examined by cyclic voltammetry.
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Hall, H.K., Polis, D.W. “Starburst” polyarylamines and their semiconducting complexes as potentially electroactive materials. Polymer Bulletin 17, 409–416 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00255612
- Cyclic Voltammetry
- Material Processing