Find below a shameless plug for our company Arubedo. This is our first video.

We make organic electronics for all sorts of applications. All of us have a background in chemistry, and synthesis is something we do for sure, but there is a lot more to it than simply pouring out new compounds. It’s hard to describe the feeling when you see your own compound in a fresh device – and it’s working and does exactly what our clients wants it to do.

I love having the opportunity to work in this fantastic field. Organic electronics has a bright future (pun intended).

Have a nice weekend, guys!

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5 Responses to Shameless plug!

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  2. PGMChem says:

    The fist question that came to mind was: is your company recruiting? (synthetic organic chemists I mean)

    • drfreddy says:

      Good one! If we are recruiting, then this page is definitely not the right forum for it. This is my private page, and I intend to keep it so.

      However, feel most welcome to contact Arubedo, synthesis chemists and other specialists.

  3. milkshake says:

    By chance, have you ever heard of 1,2-dithiin compounds? They have to have some interesting photo/electronic properties. They are aromatic, reasonably shelf stable (they survive NBS and MnO2 but not stronger oxidants)and they are ridiculously easy to make: J. Org. Chem. 62(3), pp 446-7 (1997)
    AFAIK, they have been looked at as natural antifungal products derived from polyacetylenes, but not in organo-electronics. Oh, and they are gorgeously deep red colored.

    • drfreddy says:

      Oh! I have hands-on experience with such compounds. For organic electronics specifically. Nice colors indeed. In my hands, however, they seemed to like kicking out elemental sulfur to give the corresponding thiophenes rather quick.

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