A porphyrin which assembles into a two-dimensional sheet structure by the hydrogen-bonding interaction among the peripheral urea groups has been designed. Introduction of triethoxysilyl groups into the terminal groups has enabled us to immobilize this novel porphyrin-based cluster by sol-gel polycondensation.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - Aug 5 2004|
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