This paper describes a one-step, room temperature synthesis utilizing ultrasonic energy of a coaxially stacked poly(phthalocyanato) germanium oxide ([Ge(Pc)O].) from Ge(Pc)C12. The synthesis is conducted in the presence of a sodium chalcogenide. Based on photoacoustic FTi.r. and u.v.-vis. spectroscopic analysis, the mechanism of the [Ge(Pc)O], formation is proposed. The use of isotopic H20/D20 exchange is also utilized in an effort to reveal the role of traces of water present during the polymerization reaction
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Room temperature polymerization and spectroscopic analysis of germanium phthalocyanine polymers / Mark D. Hohol and Marek W. Urban* // Polymer. – 1993. – Vol 34. – P. 1995-2002.