(M18-PS7-20113) Synthesis and characterization of novel carboxylic acid terminated silicon (IV) and zinc (II) phthalocyanines


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Hışır A., Gümrükçü Köse G., Keser Karaoğlan G.

1st International Balkan Chemistry Congress, Edirne, Turkey, 17 - 19 September 2018, pp.189

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Summary Text
  • City: Edirne
  • Country: Turkey
  • Page Numbers: pp.189
  • Yıldız Technical University Affiliated: Yes

Abstract

(M18-PS7-20113) Synthesis and characterization of novel carboxylic acid terminated silicon (IV) and zinc (II) phthalocyanines

Arif Hışır, Gülşah Gümrükçü Köse, Gülnur Keser Karaoğlan*

Yıldız Technical University, arifhsr@gmail.com

Phthalocyanines containing the 18-π electron system that are used in a number of applications because of their architectural flexibility, high chemical stability, good spectroscopic characteristics and diverse coordination properties are rich porphyrin analogs derived from four isoindole units [1]. Numerous properties arise from their electronic delocalisation, which makes them valuable in different fields of science and technology [2]. Since the discovery of phthalocyanines (Pcs), many scientists have sought to synthesize and design the most suitable molecules for a variety of applications, such as display devices, chemical sensors, biological imaging, catalysts and photosensitizers for photodynamic therapy (PDT) [3]. In this work, we have demonstrated the synthesis of new axially di-substituted silicon(IV) and peripherally tetrasubstituted zinc(II) phthalocyanines containing carboxylic acid derivatives. All complexes were characterized using UV–Vis, FTIR, 1H-NMR, MALDI-TOF MS as well as elemental analysis spectral data.

Acknowledgements: This study was supported by Yildiz Technical University (Projects No: 2016-01-02- DOP03).

Keywords: Silicon (IV) phthalocyanine, zinc (II) phthalocyanine, photodynamic therapy (PDT)

References

[1] Leznoff CC and Lever ABP. Phthalocyanines Properties and Applications, Vol. 1–4. VCH Publishers: New York, 1989–1994; 1–18.

[2] McKeown NB, Phthalocyanine Materials: Synthesis, Structure and Function, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1998.

[3] Rodriguez-Mendez ML and De Saja JA. J Porphyr. Phthalocya. 2009; 13: 606–13615.