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Electrochemical Studies of Porphyrin and Its Metal Complexes

  • Bechki LazharEmail author
  • Kadri Mohamed
  • Lanez Touhami
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Part of the Advances in Science, Technology & Innovation book series (ASTI)

Abstract

This study aims to establish a group of heterogeneous organic compounds of porphyrin and derived compounds. This is useful for many medical fields such as phototherapy or industrial therapy, namely dyes and OLED screens. On this basis, we assembled a group of six compounds and a group of their compounds with different metals (Zn, Co, Cu, Fe and Pd) and studied their properties by spectral methods. We conducted an electrochemical study through the voltmeter ring to study the effect of alternatives and of the metal quality on the oxidation for a group of six porphyrin compounds, which enabled us to study future applications for vehicles obtained and developed in OLED, organic light emitting Diodes technology.

Keywords

Porphyrin Complex Hack and Suzuki Non-covalent effects Corrosion Inhibitor 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.VPRS LaboratoryUniversity of OuarglaOuarglaAlgeria
  2. 2.University of El OuedEl OuedAlgeria

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