Synthesis and characterization of amorphous molecular materials possessing a furan ring

ORGN 85

Hajime Mori, hmori@wakayama-kg.go.jp1, Eisaku Nomura, nomura@wakayama-kg.go.jp1, Asao Hosoda1, Yasuhito Miyake, miyake@wakayama-kg.go.jp1, Osamu Ito, o-itoh@wakayama-kg.go.jp2, and Hisaji Taniguchi, taniguti@wakayama-kg.go.jp1. (1) Department of Chemical Technology, Industrial Technology Center of Wakayama Prefecture, Ogura 60, Wakayama, 649-6261, Japan, (2) Department of Material Technology, Industrial Technology Center of Wakayama Prefecture, Ogura 60, Wakayama, 649-6261, Japan
Low molecular-weight organic compounds, which form stable amorphous glass above room temperature, are called as “Amorphous Molecular Materials”. They are recently paid much attention because of their unique character. The development of electronics devices such as electroluminescence devices and photoresisits has been reported frequently. In this conference, we report synthesis and characterization of new amorphous molecular materials possessing a furan ring at their terminal as shown in Figure 1. Their detailed synthetic scheme, thermo analysis, and the potential for photoresisits will be discussed.