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|Title:||Fluorenylidene-Pyrroline Biomimetic Ligth -Driven Molecular Switches||Authors:||RIVADO CASAS, L
CAMPOS P., J
|Issue Date:||2009||Project:||None||Journal:||JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY||Abstract:||
A new family of biomimetic photoactivated molecular switches based in the retinal chromophore is described. Expedient synthesis allows a library of compounds with a different substitution pattern, including chiral substituents, to be obtained. The effect of substitution, solvent, and light source on thephotoisomerization step has been assessed. The absorption maximum has been red-shifted ca. 50 nmwith respect to related systems and rotation is now easily achieved by using visible light.
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