Photoinduced electron transfer in non-covalent complexes of C60 and phosphangulene oxide derivatives

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Investigation of photoinduced electron transfer (PET) in a series of experimentally reported complexes of fullerene with phosphangulene oxides shows that the replacement of O atoms in the bridge of phosphangulene with S atoms promotes efficient and ultrafast ET from fullerene to phosphangulene oxide in PGOOSS⊃C60 and PGOSSS⊃C60 complexes. The results obtained can be useful in development of photovoltaic devices based on phosphangulenes ​
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