Publication date: Nov 11, 2022
The precise introduction of nonplanar pores in the backbone of graphene nanoribbon represents a great challenge. In a recent work, we explore a synthetic strategy toward the preparation of nonplanar porous graphene nanoribbon from a predesigned dibromohexabenzotetracene monomer bearing four cove-edges. Successive thermal annealing steps of the monomers indicate that the dehalogenative aryl-aryl homocoupling yields a twisted polymer precursor on a gold surface and the subsequent cyclodehydrogenation leads to a defective porous graphene nanoribbon containing nonplanar annulene pores and five-membered rings as characterized by scanning tunneling microscopy and noncontact atomic force microscopy. Although the C–C bonds producing annulene pores are not achieved with high yield, our results provide new synthetic perspectives for the on-surface growth of nonplanar porous graphene nanoribbons. The record contains data to support the results of our work
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|2022.146 (version v1) [This version]||Nov 11, 2022||DOI10.24435/materialscloud:by-jd|