triphenylamine


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triphenylamine

(traɪˌfiːnaɪləˈmiːn)
n
(Chemistry) a molecule consisting of a nitrogen atom with three phenyl groups attached to it
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A Fully Diarylmethylene-Bridged Triphenylamine Derivative as Novel Host for Highly Efficient Green Phosphorescent OFEDs.
Grigoras, "Synthesis of poly(arylene vinylene)s containing carbazole, triphenylamine, and phenothiazine rings in the backbone by cascade suzukiheck reactions," International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials, vol.
The triphenylamine (TPA) derivatives are most widely used as electron donors for metal-free organic dyes because their excellent molecular configuration and non-planar aggregation resistance.