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DIHYDROPHENAZINE

Developed in the Miyake lab, this dihydrophenazine PC (PhenN_2Naph) was applied in a number of small molecule and polymer syntheses (see highlight below). It was designed as a strong excited state reductant for oxidative quenching applications.

 

The photophysical and electrochemical properties are:

  • E0(2PC•+/1PC*) = -1.69 V vs. SCE]

  • E0(2PC•+/1PC) = 0.21 V vs. SCE]

  • λ(max,abs) = 343 nm (εmax = 5950 M-1cm-1); note: absorption tails into visible, white or blue LED can be used

  • τ (triplet, lifetime) = 4.3 µs

  • ϕ (triplet, QY) = 2 % 

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PHENOXAZINE

The phenoxazine PC (PhenO_1Naph_Biph), developed in the Miyake lab, was demonstrated efficacious in a number of small molecule and polymer syntheses (see highlight below). It was designed as a strong excited state reductant for oxidative quenching applications. The oxidized radical cation of PhenO_1Naph_Biph is more oxidizing than PhenN_2Naph by ~0.4 V. PhenO_1Naph_Biph has photophysical and electrochemical properties similar to Ir(ppy)3 than it can serve for its direct replacement.


The photophysical and electrochemical properties are:

  • E0(2PC•+/1PC*) = -1.80 V vs. SCE]

  • E0(2PC•+/1PC) = 0.65 V vs. SCE]

  • λ(max,abs) = 388 nm (εmax = 26600 M-1cm-1); note: absorption tails into visible, white or blue LED can be used

  • τ (triplet, lifetime) = 480 µs

  • ϕ (triplet, QY) = 90 % 

Purchase this product from MilliporeSigma (formerly Sigma Aldrich)