New N-triaryl-substituted polyamides materials as light Emitters for semiconductors applications

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Kawther ayad obead Azhar Kamil Rashid

Abstract

     In this work, new di-acid monomers 4, 4’-di-carboxillic-2”-chloro-4”- nitro triphenylamine (Di-CO2H-1), 4, 4’- di-carboxylic -2”,4”,6”-trichloro-triphenylamine (Di-CO2H-2) were synthesized by reaction of p-cyanobenzofluride with two aromatic amines (2-chloro 4-nitro aniline and 2,4,6-trichloro aniline by aromatic nucleophilc substitution method to produce two di cyano intermediates compounds 4, 4’-Dicyano-2”-chloro-4”- nitro triphenylamine (Di-CN1) and 4, 4’-dicyano-2”,4”,6”-trichloro-triphenylamine (Di-CN2) which form final di-carboxylic monomers after alkaline hydrolysis. Finally, these monomers react with two different aromatic di amines, phenylene diamins and benzidine respectively via polycondensation reaction to form final polyamides 2”-chloro-4”- nitro -triphenylamine-4, 4'-polyphenylbenzamide (Pa), 2”,4”,6”-trichloro-triphenylamine -4,4'-polyphenylbenzamide (Pb), 2”-chloro-4”- nitro triphenylamine-4,4'- polyphenylbiphenylamide (Pc), 2”,4”, 6”-trichloro-triphenylamine-4,4’- polyphenylbiphenylamide (Pd).


The chemical structure of these polymers characterized by FTIR and NMR techniques. The polyamides showed a good thermal stability with height glass transition temperatures (Tg).


Thin casting films of these polyamides in cyclic voltammetry (C.V) on glass substrate of iridium-tin oxide (ITO) as working electrode in dry CH3CN solvent contains 0.1 M of tetrabutylantimoneperchlorate (TBAP) as an electrolyte gave one redox wave.

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OBEAD, Kawther ayad; RASHID, Azhar Kamil. New N-triaryl-substituted polyamides materials as light Emitters for semiconductors applications. Ibn AL- Haitham Journal For Pure and Applied Science, [S.l.], v. 33, n. 1, p. 48-64, jan. 2020. ISSN 2521-3407. Available at: <http://jih.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/j/article/view/2384>. Date accessed: 25 may 2020.
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Chemistry