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Liquid Crystals and their Application
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Zhidkie kristally i ikh prakticheskoe ispol'zovanie

Жидкие кристаллы и их практическое использование

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Zhidk. krist. ikh prakt. ispol'z. = Liq. Cryst. and their Appl., 2013, 1, 7—19.





Synthesis and Mesomorphism of Alkylsulfamoyl Derivatives of Tetrakis-4-(1-Benzotriazolyl)Tetrakis-5-[1(2)-Naphthoxy]-Phthalocyanines



S. A. Znoiko1, A. V. Krivova1, G. P. Shaposhnikov1, G. A. Anan'eva2, N. V. Zharnikova2, N. V. Usol'tseva2

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1Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology, Institute of Macroheterocycles
153000 Ivanovo, Av. F. Engel’s, 7. 
E-mail: ttoc@isuct.ru
2Ivanovo State University, Nanomaterials Research Institute
153025 Ivanovo, Ermak Str., 39. 
E-mail: nv_usolseva@mail.ru

Abstract
This paper continues a series of works devoted to synthesis and investigation of mixed-substituted phthalocyanines which combined on their periphery benzotriazolyl and aryloxy groups. Eight new alkylsulfamoyl derivatives of tetrakis-4-(1-benzotriazolyl)tetrakis-5-[1(2)-naphthoxy]­phthalocyanines of copper and nickel were synthesized. Method of polarization microscopy revealed that copper phthalocyanines containing eight octadecyl or diethylsulfamoil fragments in 2-naphthoxy groups possess thermotropic mesomorphism.Besides, tetrakis-4-(1-benzotriazolyl)tetrakis-5-(1,6-di(octadecylsulfamoyl)-2-naphthoxy)phthalocyanine of copper forms lyomesophases both in polar and apolar organic solvents. Mesomorphic properties were also induced by introducing of four octadecylsulfamoyl groups in the non-mesogenic molecule of tetrakis-4-(1-benzotriazolyl)tetrakis-5-(1-naphthoxy)phthalocyanine of copper. Liquid crystalline properties were not observed in case of nickel phthalocyanines.

Keywords: synthesis, mesomorphism, substituted phthalocyanines





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