Dihydroindenofluorenes as building units in organic semiconductors for organic electronics

The dihydroindenofluorene is a bridged oligophenylene, which has been widely used for organic Electronic applications. This important fragment is reviewed herein as well as its positional isomers.
Dihydroindenofluorenes as building units in organic semiconductors for organic electronics

This review aims to discuss organic semiconductors constructed on dihydroindenofluorene positional isomers, which are key molecular scaffolds in organic electronics. Bridged oligophenylenes are key organic semiconductors that have allowed the development of organic electronic technologies. Dihydroindenofluorenes belong to the family of bridged oligophenylenes constructed on a terphenyl backbone. They have proven to be very promising building blocks for the construction of highly efficient organic semiconductors for all organic electronic devices.

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Cyril Poriel, Univ Rennes, CNRS, ISCR-6226, F-35000 Rennes, France
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Published October 17, 2023