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高分子報告
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高分子報告
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高分子報告
高分子報告
高分子報告
高分子報告
高分子報告
高分子報告
高分子報告
高分子報告
高分子報告
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高分子報告

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大學選修課,高分子報告

大學選修課,高分子報告

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  • 1. • make a new phase of carbon, called linear carbon• explosion in laboratory at Allied Chemical• injury and the end
  • 2. Others persistedlinear carbon is now coming closer to possiblesuccess
  • 3. The story started from….• Heeger, McDiaramid, and Shirakawas discovery of conducting behavior in doped polyacetylene samples
  • 4. Application nowadays• photovoltaic cells• field-effect transistors• chemical sensors
  • 5. From Harvard University Digital Library for Physics and Astronomy• Improved photovoltaic cells and electrodes for use therein, particularly electrodes employing amorphous silicon or polyacetylene coating are produced by a process which includes …….. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1983doe..reptV....S
  • 6. From Harvard University Digital Library for Physics and Astronomy• Planar and sandwich types of polyacetylene metal-semiconductor field- effect transistors (MESFETs) have been fabricated. http://nina.ecse.rpi.edu/2dfet/images/ntype2_big.gif http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1991JaJAP..30.2101C
  • 7. Chemical Sensor• Polyacetylene based nonlinear optical material prepared by ring-opening metathesis polymerization of cyclooctatetrene derivatives.
  • 8. http://stc-mditr.org/research/oeoaomd/projects/2.2.1.cfm
  • 9. Unfortunately• However, Polyacetylene is thermally unstable and insoluble, making it unsuitable for general use.
  • 10. Alternatives• Polyphenylenevinylene(PPV)• Polydiacetylenes (PA)
  • 11. Polyphenylenevinylene http://lupingyu.uchicago.edu/clip_image026.gif
  • 12. Polyphenylenevinylene• Main material of Polymer Light Emitting Diode(PLED) http://www.euso.be/euso/home/images/test2.pdf
  • 13. Polydiacetylenes• applications in optical limiters, waveguides, and thermometric sensors
  • 14. Special properties• per-chain stiffness close to diamond• high coefficients for tripling the frequency of incoming light• negative thermal expansion coefficients tunable to near zero by introducing defects
  • 15. Most Application• printed inks containing diacetylene microcrystals have been used as time- temperature indicators
  • 16. Mechanism• Diacetylenes typically have an actuation energy for thermal polymerization of about 20 to 28 kcal/mol, which can be tuned to closely match the activation energy and degradation rate for important perishables
  • 17. Good color indicator• Color changes of the diacetylene microcrystals during thermal polymerization provide a visual indication of whether a perishable product in the same thermal environment has degraded as a result of integrated time-temperature exposure
  • 18. • Over a billion of these diacetylene polymerization-based indicators have been used on individual vaccine vials since 1996 to assist disease eradication in parts of the world that do not have a reliable cold chain
  • 19. • The United States Army is using these diacetylene indicators on cartons of their MREs (Meals Ready to Eat)
  • 20. Explosive compound• Though the advantages mention before, there is a problem on synthesis Polydiacetylenes• With increasing n, crystals comprising only polyynes--that is, R − (C ≡ C) n − R molecules-- become increasingly unstable, unless R is a bulky substituent group
  • 21. Dangerous…..• At room temperature, it can explode if subjected to physical shock, and it decomposes slowly under ambient light, forming an insoluble material with a graphite-like appearance
  • 22. Solution?• Poly(diiododiacetylene), or PIDA represents a possible solution to the general problem of polydiacetylene synthesis
  • 23. Why is it?• The abundance of transition metal–catalyzed reactions available for adding substituents in place of a carbon-halogen bond makes PIDA a potential precursor to a wide variety of polydiacetylenes.• Sn2 Sn1 − δ− Nu + C X C Nu + X− δ+ δ− + δ C X C + X− − C + Nu C Nu Organic Chemistry Bruice
  • 24. A complex compound• C4I2 is complexed with a specially chosen agent, an oxalamide. In these crystals, 1,4-addition polymerization of diacetylene occurs spontaneously to produce single crystals of the complexed polydiacetylene
  • 25. Getting Better• The complexing agent appears to stabilize the polymerized C4I2 against explosive decomposition and eliminates the type of disorder
  • 26. Disorder comes from nature• Disordered along the direction of the molecular axis. In these crystals, the alignment between adjacent monomers is random, preventing ordered polymerization
  • 27. Problem caused from disorder• Obtaining the desired optical and electronic properties of a given conjugated polymer requires a highly ordered molecular structure
  • 28. Way to solve the problem• if the diynes are first aligned appropriately in the solid state at a distance commensurate with the repeat distance in the target polymer, then their arrangement in space will control their reactivity, leading to ordered topochemical polymerization
  • 29. Best distance• Distance of 4.9A is highly preferable for the aligned dynes with target to form highly order structure.
  • 30. Conclusion• With all the efforts to make the polydiethylene mentioned before, we shall have a blueprint on how could these material be utilized and how to make it real.
  • 31. • Whether or not linear carbon synthesis is practical by the poly(C4I2) route, the idea with using poly C4I2 has provided both an exciting new electronic material and a route that could lead to novel related and derivative materials.
  • 32. References• Dangerously Seeking Linear Carbon Ray H. Baughman Science mag Vol. 312. no. 5776, pp. 1009 - 1110• Preparation of Poly(diiododiacetylene), an Ordered Conjugated Polymer of Carbon and Iodine Aiwu Sun, Joseph W. Lauher, Nancy S. Goroff Vol. 312. no. 5776, pp. 1030 - 1034• Harvard University Digital Library for Physics and Astronomy• Organic Chemistry ver 4 BruiceOriginal Image Source:( Images used in this PowerPoint are modified by Stan Yang)http://stc-mditr.org/research/oeoaomd/projects/2.2.1.cfmhttp://nina.ecse.rpi.edu/2dfet/images/ntype2_big.gif

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