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Heterocyclic Amines and Metal Complexes
Even though heterocyclic amines were first synthesized more than 100 years ago, today, new and unexpected uses for heterocyclic amine ligand technology, especially metal complexes generated using phenanthroline and bipyridine chemistries, have made this family of reagents more popular than ever.
GFS has the products for any heterocyclic amine ligand application, including:
More recently, this ligand technology explosion has been accompanied by a demand for higher purity products and for more elaborate chemical characterization. GFS has committed to the development of these products, including high purity metal complexes.
An example of the new generation of multi-pyridyl ligands that are finding novel applications in solid state chemistry is TPT [2,4,6-tris-(4-pyridyl)-1,3,5-triazine]. Its incorporation into bridged-metal configurations can impact research in magnetic, luminescent, porous, and catalytic materials.
TPT is an essentially planar ligand that enables the construct of unusual and highly symmetrical polynuclear complexes and metal-organic frameworks.
In a complementary technology, the ability of ruthenium complexes to act as photo-stable fluorophores is a feature that can be incorporated into polymeric substrates derived from sol-gel, polyamide, or other polymer technologies.
GFS Chemicals can provide Single-ring systems Including:
Polycyclic/fused ring systems
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