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The porphyrin handbook - Kadish K.M.

Kadish K.M. The porphyrin handbook - Academic press, 2000. - 368 p.
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..... 164
B. Importance of
Lipophilicity............................................................
................... 166
C. Chemical Modification of Purpurin-
18......................................................................
167
1. Propionic Acid
Modification.............................................................
................ 169
2. Vinyl Group
Modification.............................................................
................... 170
IV. Synthetic
Chlorins.................................................................
.......................... 170
A. Benzoporphyrin Derivatives
(BPD)....................................................................
...... 170
B. Benzochlorins, Naphthochlorins, Purpurins and
Verdins..................................................... 172
1.
Naphthochlorins..........................................................
............................... 174
2. Purpurins, Rhodins and
Verdins..................................................................
........ 174
3.
Verdins..................................................................
............................... 175
C. Tetra(hydroxyphenyl)chlorins
(THPC)...................................................................
.... 177
D. Wc-Dihydroxy- and
Ketochlorins.............................................................
............... 177
E.
Azachlorins..............................................................
................................. 178
F. Tailor-Made
Chlorins.................................................................
..................... 179
G. Chlorins with Ethylidene
Groups...................................................................
........ 179
H.
Spirochlorins............................................................
................................. 181
I. Direct Synthesis of Chlorins from
Dipyrromethanes.........................................................
181
V. Bacteriochlorin-Based
Photosensitizers.........................................................
.............. 182
A. Naturally Occurring
Bacteriochlorins.........................................................
............. 182
B. Tolyporphyrin from the Alga Tolypothrix
nodosa............................................................ 183
C. Stable Bacteriochlorins from Rb.
sphaeroides..............................................................
183
VI. Synthetic
Bacteriochlorins.........................................................
.......................... 184
The Porphyrin Handbook
K.M. Kadish, K.M. Smith, R. Guilard, Eds.
Volume 6/Applications: Past, Present and Future
Copyright (c) 2000 by Academic Press 157 All rights of
reproduction in any form reserved.
ISBN 0-12-393200-9/S30.00
158
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A. Tetrahydrobacteriochlorins and
Isobacteriochlorins......................................................
......... 185
B. /c-Dihydroxybacteriochlorins and
Isobacteriochlorins......................................................
...... 185
C. Bacteriochlorins via Diels-Alder Reaction
Approach...............................................................
185
D. Wc-Dihydroxybacteriochlorins and their Keto-
Analogues............................................................ 187
E. Effect of Electron Withdrawing Substituents in 0s04 Reactions and
Pinacol-Pinacolone Reaction.................... 190
F.
Benzobacteriochlorins....................................................
........................................ 196
VII. Isomeric
Porphyrins...............................................................
............................... 196
A.
Porphycenes..............................................................
........................................ 196
B. Inverted
Porphyrins...............................................................
............................... 198
VIII. Porphyrin Dimers and Higher
Oligomers................................................................
............ 198
A. Porphyrin Dimers with Ether, Ester and Carbon-Carbon
Linkages.................................................... 198
B. Chlorin Dimers with Carbon-Carbon
Linkages.................................................................
...... 201
C. Chlorin Dimers with Amide
Linkages.................................................................
.............. 203
IX. Expanded
Porphyrins...............................................................
.................................. 204
A. Sapphyrins and
Texaphyrins..............................................................
......................... 204
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