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Mounting Freestanding Molecular Functions onto Surfaces: The Platform Approach

Published inJournal of the American Chemical Society, vol. 131, no. 2, p. 442-443
Publication date2009
Abstract

A modular system has been developed to mount molecules upright onto metal surfaces in a well controlled geometry. The approach is based on a reactive platform (triazatriangulenium salt) with an electrophilic center. Functional molecules are attached via C-C bond formation. The distance from the surface can be varied by a spacer, and the distance of the functional units from each other by the size of the platform. Self-assembly of the parent triazaangulenium salt as well as the functionalized platforms on Au(111) surfaces results in stable, hexagonally ordered adlayers.

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BAISCH, Belinda et al. Mounting Freestanding Molecular Functions onto Surfaces: The Platform Approach. In: Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2009, vol. 131, n° 2, p. 442–443. doi: 10.1021/ja807923f
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