Paris, M., Peres, L. O., Chauvet, O. & Froyer, G. (2006) Solid-state NMR study of Na versus K doping of para-phenylene oligomers. J. Phys. Chem. B, 110 743–747.
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Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 1520-6106
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Mots-clés: alkali-metal, angle-spinning nmr, c-13 nmr, conducting polymers, doped polyacetylene, electroluminescence, electronic-properties, nuclear-magnetic-resonance, p-phenylene, poly para-phenylene
Créateurs: Chauvet, Froyer, Paris, Peres
Collection: J. Phys. Chem. B
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C-13 solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments were performed on p-terphenyl, p-quaterphenyl, and p-sexiplienyl either in their pristine or doped with alkali metals form. The C-13 NMR spectra of doped materials show new resonances by comparison with pristine compounds. For the K-doped materials, these resonances appear in the 90-135 ppm range, while for Na-doped materials, they are observed in the larger 20-150 ppm range. It suggests that the interaction between the alkali ions and the oligomers depends on the nature of the alkali. It is corroborated by C-13 NMR experiments after exposure to air that show different behaviors. As expected, air exposure of K-doped samples restores the pristine spectra. This is not the case for Na doping, where the signature of the doped material persists even after exposure to air. In the latter case, some C-13 resonances can be assigned to sp(3) hybridized carbons and to the quinoid group. It suggests that Na doping induces a polymerization of the oligophenylenes.
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