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    • 1,7-Naphthodiyne: a new platform for the synthesis of novel, sterically congested PAHs 

      Pozo Míguez, Iago; Cobas Martínez, Agustín; Peña Gil, Diego; Guitián Rivera, Enrique; Pérez Meirás, María Dolores (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2016-03-17)
      The synthesis of an efficient precursor of the novel 1,7-naphthodiyne synthon is reported. Preliminary experiments demonstrate the usefulness of this platform for the synthesis of sterically congested polyarenes, such as ...
    • A C60-aryne building block: synthesis of a hybrid all-carbon nanostructure 

      García, D.; Rodríguez-Pérez, L.; Herranz, M.A.; Peña Gil, Diego; Guitián Rivera, Enrique; Bailey, S.; Al-Galiby, Q.; Noori, M.; Lambert, C. J.; Pérez Meirás, María Dolores; Martín, N. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2016-04-19)
      The synthesis of a [60]fullerene-benzyne building block and its further chemical cycloaddition reaction with graphene has resulted in a new all-carbon hybrid material which has been characterized by TGA, FTIR and Raman ...
    • Characterizing aliphatic moieties in hydrocarbons with atomic force microscopy 

      Schuler, Bruno; Zhang, Yunlong; Collazos Suárez, Sara; Fatayer, Shadi; Meyer, Gehrard; Pérez Meirás, María Dolores; Guitián Rivera, Enrique; Harper, Michael R.; Kushnerick, J. Douglas; Peña Gil, Diego; Gross, Leo (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017)
      We designed and studied hydrocarbon model compounds by high-resolution noncontact atomic force microscopy. In addition to planar polycyclic aromatic moieties, these novel model compounds feature linear alkyl and ...
    • Development of fluorescent probes that target serotonin 5-HT2B receptors 

      Azuaje Guerrero, Jhonny Alberto; López, Paula; Iglesias Fernández, Alba; Fuente, Rocío de la; Pérez Rubio, José M.; García Peña, Diego; Stępniewski, Tomasz Maciej; García Mera, Xerardo Xusto; Brea Floriani, José Manuel; Selent, Jana; Pérez Meirás, María Dolores; Castro Pérez, María de los Ángeles; Loza García, María Isabel; Sotelo Pérez, Eddy (Nature Publishing Group, 2017)
      Some 5-HT2B fluorescent probes were obtained by tagging 1-(2,5-dimethoxy-4-iodophenyl)-propan2-amine (DOI) with a subset of fluorescent amines. Some of the resulting fluorescent ligands showed excellent affinity and ...
    • Exploring a route to cyclic acenes by on-surface synthesis 

      Schulz, Fabian; García Melo, Fátima; Kaisser, Katharina; Pérez Meirás, María Dolores; Guitián Rivera, Enrique Carlos; Gross, Leo; Peña Gil, Diego (Willey, 2019)
      A route to generate cyclacenes by on-surface synthesis is explored. We started by synthesizing two tetraepoxycyclacenes by sequences of Diels–Alder cycloadditions. Subsequently, these molecules were deposited onto ...
    • Intramolecular Coupling of Terminal Alkynes by Atom Manipulation 

      Albrecht, Florian; Rey Vieites, Dulce María; Fatayer, Shadi; Schulz, Fabian; Pérez Meirás, María Dolores; Peña Gil, Diego; Gross, Leo (Wiley, 2020)
      Glaser‐like coupling of terminal alkynes by thermal activation is extensively used in on‐surface chemistry. Here we demonstrate an intramolecular version of this reaction performed by atom manipulation. We used voltage ...
    • Microwave-induced covalent functionalization of few-layer graphene with arynes under solvent-free conditions 

      Sulleiro, M. V.; Quiroga Fernández, Sabela; Peña Gil, Diego; Pérez Meirás, María Dolores; Guitián Rivera, Enrique Carlos; Criado Fernández, Alejandro; Prato, Maurizio (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2018)
      A non-conventional modification of exfoliated few-layer graphene (FLG) with different arynes under microwave (MW) irradiation and solvent-free conditions is reported. The described approach allows reaching fast, efficient ...
    • Site-selective reversible Diels–Alder reaction between a biphenylene-based polyarene and a semiconductor surface 

      Godlewski, Szymon; Engelund, Mads; Peña Gil, Diego; Zuzak, Rafał; Kawai, Hiroyo; Kolmer, Marek; Caeiro Rodríguez, Jorge; Guitián Rivera, Enrique; Vollhardt, K. Peter C.; Sánchez-Portal, Daniel; Szymonski, Marek; Pérez Meirás, María Dolores (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2018-04-28)
      Understanding the mechanisms involved in the covalent attachment of organic molecules to surfaces is a major challenge for nanotechnology and surface science. On the basis of classical organic chemistry mechanistic ...
    • Straightforward Synthesis of Novel Acene-Based Aryne Precursors 

      Rodríguez-Lojo, Diego; Peña Gil, Diego; Pérez Meirás, María Dolores; Guitián Rivera, Enrique (Thieme Publishing, 2015-06-11)
      Large polycyclic o-(trimethylsilyl)aryl triflates are easily obtained by reaction of commercially available bisaryne precursors with cyclopentadienones. The transformation involves controlled generation of one of the aryne ...
    • Studying an antiaromatic polycyclic hydrocarbon adsorbed on different surfaces 

      Mjazik, Zsolt; Pavliček, Niko; Vilas-Varela, Manuel; Pérez Meirás, María Dolores; Moll, Nikolaj; Guitián Rivera, Enrique; Meyer, Gehrard; Peña Gil, Diego; Gross, Leo (Springer Nature, 2018-03-22)
      Antiaromatic and open-shell molecules are attractive because of their distinct electronic and magnetic behaviour. However, their increased reactivity creates a challenge for probing their properties. Here, we describe the ...
    • Synthesis and reactivity of a trigonal porous nanographene on a gold surface 

      Zuzak, Rafał; Pozo Míguez, Iago; Engelund, Mads; García Lekue, Aran; Vilas Varela, Manuel; Alonso, José M.; Szymonski, Marek; Guitián Rivera, Enrique Carlos; Pérez Meirás, María Dolores; Godlewski, Szymon; Peña Gil, Diego (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019)
      The synthesis of porous nanographenes is a challenging task for solution chemistry, and thus, on-surface synthesis provides an alternative approach. Here, we report the synthesis of a triporous nanographene with 102 sp2 ...





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