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Patent | New solution for organic electronics

03.08.2022 - 15:20 update 08.08.2022 - 09:18
Editors: MK

Scientists from the University of Silesia are the authors of two new coronene derivatives and the method for obtaining them. These compounds can be used in organic electronics as a photo- and electroactive material. Thanks to properties such as thermal and photochemical stability, they can be used in the construction of, among others, solar cells or modern displays in mobile devices. The solutions are covered by patent protection.

The authors of 1,2-di(methoxycarbonyl)benzo[1,2-j]coronene and the method of its preparation are Prof. Eng. Stanisław Krompiec and Aneta Kurpanik-Wójcik, Msc. In turn, 1,2-bis(N-2-ethylhexylphthalimido-4-yl)benzo [1,2-j]coronene and the method of its preparation are the result of research carried out by: Aneta Kurpanik-Wójcik, Msc, Grażyna Szafraniec-Gorol, PhD Eng, Prof. Eng. Stanisław Krompiec, Marek Matussek, PhD, Bogumiła Gołek, and Agata Grabowska.

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