The Synthesis, Structure, and TT Stacking of 1,8 Diacridylnaphthalene
Baran, Thomas Jr
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The synthesis of 1,8 diacridylnaphthalene is a five step process in which Stille and Suzuki cross coupling reactions, an inorganic catalyst, and organic substitution reactions are used to synthesize the desired product from which 4-bromo-2-chlorobenzoic acid(4) and 3, 5-dimethylphenylboronic(5) . One of the characteristics that makes (1) unique π stacking interactions of the aromatic rings. These bonds can be identified and studied using different techniques such as H1 NMR spectra and x-ray crystallography. The discovery of an efficient synthesis of the (1) will allow it to be more readily available as a dual-mode enantioselective fluorosensor.