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  1. A short pyrene-fused pyrazaacene with red to near-infrared photoluminescence
  2. An electron-conducting pyrene-fused phenazinothiadiazole
  3. Twisted hexaazatrianthrylene: synthesis, optoelectronic properties and near-infrared electroluminescent heterojunctions thereof
  4. 11,11,12,12-Tetracyano-4,5-pyrenoquinodimethanes: Air-Stable Push–Pull o -Quinodimethanes with S 2 Fluorescence
  5. Cover Picture: Photochemical Transformations Accelerated in Continuous-Flow Reactors: Basic Concepts and Applications / Low-LUMO Pyrene-Fused Azaacenes / Synthesis, Characterization, and Metal Ion Coordination of a Multichromophoric Highly Luminescent Pol
  6. Pyrene-fused pyrazaacenes: from small molecules to nanoribbons
  7. Low‐LUMO Pyrene‐Fused Azaacenes
  8. Direct observation of spin-injection in tyrosinate-functionalized single-wall carbon nanotubes
  9. Twisted pyrene-fused azaacenes
  10. Hexaazatrinaphthylenes with Different Twists
  11. The Influence of Molecular Structure on the Self‐Assembly of Phenanthroline Derivatives into Crystalline Nanowires
  12. Fullerene C60 Architectures in Materials Science
  13. A non-covalent strategy to prepare electron donor–acceptor rotaxanes
  14. Fullerene-Stoppered Bistable Rotaxanes
  15. A Three-Level Luminescent Response in a Pyrene/Ferrocene Rotaxane
  16. Cover Picture: A Molecular Shuttle Driven by Fullerene Radical‐Anion Recognition (Chem. Eur. J. 44/2012)
  17. A Molecular Shuttle Driven by Fullerene Radical‐Anion Recognition
  18. Synthesis and Characterization of Highly Water-Soluble Dendrofulleropyrrolidine Bisadducts with DNA Binding Activity
  19. Versatile 2,7-Substituted Pyrene Synthons for the Synthesis of Pyrene-Fused Azaacenes
  20. Homoepitaxial Branching: An Unusual Polymorph of Zinc Oxide Derived from Seeded Solution Growth
  21. Fullerene‐Containing Rotaxanes and Catenanes
  22. A tetraalkylated pyrene building block for the synthesis of pyrene-fused azaacenes with enhanced solubility
  23. Materials chemistry of fullerene C60derivatives
  24. Chapter 11. Fullerenes for Materials Science
  25. Functionalized Fullerene Derivatives in Organic Molecular Electronics
  26. Photophysics and transient nonlinear optical response of donor–[60]fullerene hybrids
  27. Facile Synthesis of Highly Stable Tetraazaheptacene and Tetraazaoctacene Dyes
  28. Synthesis of Fullerene‐Stoppered Rotaxanes Bearing Ferrocene Groups on the Macrocycle
  29. Multimode assembly of phenanthroline nanowires decorated with gold nanoparticles
  30. Mechanically interlocked molecular architectures functionalised with fullerenes
  31. Two-Dimensional Vibrational Spectroscopy of Rotaxane-Based Molecular Machines
  32. Manipulating single-wall carbon nanotubes by chemical doping and charge transfer with perylene dyes
  33. Electrostatic layer-by-layer construction and characterization of photoelectrochemical solar cells based on water soluble polythiophenes and carbon nanotubes
  34. Improving Photocurrent Generation: Supramolecularly and Covalently Functionalized Single‐Wall Carbon Nanotubes–Polymer/Porphyrin Donor–Acceptor Nanohybrids
  35. Charge Transfer Reactions along a Supramolecular Redox Gradient
  36. Improving Photocurrent Generation: Supramolecularly and Covalently Functionalized Single‐Wall Carbon Nanotubes–Polymer/Porphyrin Donor–Acceptor Nanohybrids
  37. Multipurpose Organically Modified Carbon Nanotubes: From Functionalization to Nanotube Composites
  38. Efficient Modulation of the Third Order Nonlinear Optical Properties of Fullerene Derivatives
  39. Dispersion of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes with an Extended Diazapentacene Derivative
  40. Fullerenes: Multitask Components in Molecular Machinery
  41. Fullerene: vielseitige Bausteine für molekulare Maschinen
  42. Nonlinear Optical Properties of Ferrocene‐ and Porphyrin–[60]Fullerene Dyads
  43. Tuning Electron Transfer through Translational Motion in Molecular Shuttles
  44. Tuning Electron Transfer through Translational Motion in Molecular Shuttles
  45. Chapter 7. Fullerenes for Material Science
  46. Stabilization of fulleropyrrolidine N-oxides through intrarotaxane hydrogen bonding
  47. An electrochemically driven molecular shuttle controlled and monitored by C60
  48. Photophysical and electrochemical properties of a fullerene-stoppered rotaxane
  49. Reverse Shuttling in a Fullerene-Stoppered Rotaxane
  50. Fullerene photoactive dyads assembled by axial coordination with metals
  51. Fullerenes and Their Derivatives
  52. Synthesis of a soluble fullerene–rotaxane incorporating a furamide template
  53. Fullerenes and Their Derivatives
  54. Synthesis and applications of amphiphilic fulleropyrrolidine derivatives
  55. Functionalization and applications of [60]fullerene
  56. Synthesis of phenazine derivatives for use as precursors to electrochemically generated bases
  57. The reactivity, as electrogenerated bases, of chiral and achiral phenazine radical-anions, including application in asymmetric deprotonation
  58. Generation of strong, homochiral bases by electrochemical reduction of phenazine derivativesElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: procedure for conversion of 7 into 9 using electrochemical reduction of 6a to generate the chiral base; cr...