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Developing synthetic strategies and studying potential applications of buckybowl corannulene polymers
The bowl-shaped polycyclic aromatic (C20H10) hydrocarbon, corannulene, constitutes a recognizable motif on the curved surface of buckminsterfullerene (C60). Therefore, the scientific community has heavily investigated it for its structure and properties. One aspect that is still relatively less studied is its application in the arena of macromolecular science. In the past 50 years of corannulene chemistry, only a few synthetic examples are known in this context. Therefore, the aim of thisdoi:10.32657/10356/137233 fatcat:v4u7snpwbzhmvk7gbsvkc2fimq