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다중 상호작용성 리간드 및 다공성 이온 전도물질의 설계

Design of Multi-interactive Ligands and Porous Ionic Conducting Networks

이길령 (Lee, Gil Ryeong, 포항공과대학교)

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This thesis considers the relationship between structure and ionic conductivity in multi-interactive molecules at a fundamental level, and develops functional porous networks based on new multi-interactive ligands. Development of multi-weak-intermolecular systems has the potential to open new fields in supramolecular science. Successful production of an artificial multi-interactive system like a biological system might enable control of a variety of metastable intermediate species and crystalline states in solid state materials. In several experimental demonstrations, I studied structural characteristics of multi-interactive porous networks on ionic conducting systems. The details are discussed in four chapters.
This thesis considers the relationship between structure and ionic conductivity in multi-interactive molecules at a fundamental level, and develops functional porous networks based on new multi-interactive ligands. Development of multi-weak-intermolecular systems has the potential to open new fields in supramolecular science. Successful production of an artificial multi-interactive system like a biological system might enable control of a variety of metastable intermediate species and crystalline states in solid state materials. In several experimental demonstrations, I studied structural characteristics of multi-interactive porous networks on ionic conducting systems. The details are discussed in four chapters.
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Research Goals 1

Chapter 1. General Introduction 2
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Research Goals 1

Chapter 1. General Introduction 2
1.1. Rational Ligand Design for Multi-interactive Porous Networks 3
1.1.1. Conventional Synthesis for Multi-interactivite systems 3
1.1.2. Multi-interactive Organic Molecule Synthesis 5
1.2. Application of Multi-interactive Porous Networks 7
1.2.1. The Trapping of Kinetic Network of TPHAP 7
1.2.2. The Diversity of Networks Formation of TPHAP 12
1.3. Insight into the Structure of Ionic Conducting System 20
1.4. Survey of This Thesis 23
1.5. References 25

Chapter 2. Formation of water layer at high humidity on a dynamic crystalline material composed of TPHAP. 28
2.1. Introduction 29
2.2. Result and Discussion 30
2.2.1. Synthesis and initial structure of KTPHAP 30
2.2.2. Structure transformation of KTPHAP by hydration/dehydration 32
2.2.3. Conductivity and structure relationship of KTPHAP 39
2.3. Conclusion 41
2.4. Experimental Sections 42
2.4.1. General Experimental Information 42
2.4.2. Syntheses 42
2.4.3. X-ray Structure Determination 43
2.4.4. Conductivity Measurements 47
2.4.5. Water Adsorption Measurement 49
2.5. References and Notes 50

Chapter 3. Crystallinity-dependent conductivity enhancement of multi-interactive molecular materials 52
3.1. Introduction 53
3.2. Result and Discussion 54
3.2.1. Syntheses and Structures of Two-phases of NH4TPHAP and NaTPHAP 54
3.2.2. Conductivity changes in humid conditions 60
3.2.3. XRPD Measurments 61
3.3. Conclusion 63
3.4. Experimental Section 64
3.4.1. General Experimental Information 64
3.4.2. Syntheses 64
3.4.3. X-ray Structure Determination 67
3.4.4. Conductivity Measurements 71
3.5. References and Notes 74

Chapter 4. New Multi-interactive ligands and their role for weak intermolecular interactions 75
4.1. Introduction 76
4.2. Result and Discussion 78
4.2.1. Synthesis of tri(4′-hydroxyphenyl)-hexaazaphenalenyl (THHAP) 78
4.2.2. Crystal transformation of THHAP 79
4.2.3. Porous network systems of THHAP 82
4.2.4. Synthesis of HAP-based carboxylate ligands 87
4.3. Conclusion 90
4.4. Experimental Sections 91
4.4.1. General Experimental Information 91
4.4.2. Syntheses 92
4.4.3. Single crystal X-ray structure determination 95
4.5. References 96

Summary (in Korean) 98
Curriculum Vitae 103
감사의 글 107