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Solution and surface-confined chloride anion templated redox-active ferrocene catenanes

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Solution and surface-confined chloride anion templated redox-active ferrocene catenanes. / Evans, Nicholas H.; Rahman, Habibur; Leontiev, Alexandre V.; Greenham, Neil D.; Orlowski, Grzegorz A.; Zeng, Qiang; Jacobs, Robert M. J.; Serpell, Christopher J.; Kilah, Nathan L.; Davis, Jason J.; Beer, Paul D.

In: Chemical Science, Vol. 3, No. 4, 01.04.2012, p. 1080-1089.

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Evans, NH, Rahman, H, Leontiev, AV, Greenham, ND, Orlowski, GA, Zeng, Q, Jacobs, RMJ, Serpell, CJ, Kilah, NL, Davis, JJ & Beer, PD 2012, 'Solution and surface-confined chloride anion templated redox-active ferrocene catenanes', Chemical Science, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 1080-1089. https://doi.org/10.1039/c2sc00909a

APA

Evans, N. H., Rahman, H., Leontiev, A. V., Greenham, N. D., Orlowski, G. A., Zeng, Q., Jacobs, R. M. J., Serpell, C. J., Kilah, N. L., Davis, J. J., & Beer, P. D. (2012). Solution and surface-confined chloride anion templated redox-active ferrocene catenanes. Chemical Science, 3(4), 1080-1089. https://doi.org/10.1039/c2sc00909a

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Evans NH, Rahman H, Leontiev AV, Greenham ND, Orlowski GA, Zeng Q et al. Solution and surface-confined chloride anion templated redox-active ferrocene catenanes. Chemical Science. 2012 Apr 1;3(4):1080-1089. https://doi.org/10.1039/c2sc00909a

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Evans, Nicholas H. ; Rahman, Habibur ; Leontiev, Alexandre V. ; Greenham, Neil D. ; Orlowski, Grzegorz A. ; Zeng, Qiang ; Jacobs, Robert M. J. ; Serpell, Christopher J. ; Kilah, Nathan L. ; Davis, Jason J. ; Beer, Paul D. / Solution and surface-confined chloride anion templated redox-active ferrocene catenanes. In: Chemical Science. 2012 ; Vol. 3, No. 4. pp. 1080-1089.

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title = "Solution and surface-confined chloride anion templated redox-active ferrocene catenanes",
abstract = "The first examples of ferrocene containing catenanes, in solution and assembled on a surface are described. Chloride anion templation is exploited to synthesize redox-active [2]- and [3]-catenanes via Grubbs' ring closing metathesis, utilizing a novel ferrocene-appended isophthalamide macrocycle. X-ray crystal structures of both catenanes were determined. The ability of the [2] catenane to selectively bind and characteristically sense its chloride anion template is demonstrated by use of H-1 NMR and electrochemical voltammetric techniques. Self-assembled monolayers of analogous surface-confined catenanes have been prepared on gold. In addition to being characterized by cyclic voltammetry and ellipsometry, detailed information regarding the structure of the catenane monolayers has been provided by use of angle integrated high resolution X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.",
keywords = "SELF-ASSEMBLED MONOLAYERS, ELECTROCHEMICAL RECOGNITION, FUNCTIONALIZED CATENANE, ORGANOSULFUR COMPOUNDS, STABILITY-CONSTANTS, MACROCYCLIC LIGANDS, DIRECTED SYNTHESIS, ELECTRON-TRANSFER, GOLD SURFACES, ROTAXANE",
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AU - Evans, Nicholas H.

AU - Rahman, Habibur

AU - Leontiev, Alexandre V.

AU - Greenham, Neil D.

AU - Orlowski, Grzegorz A.

AU - Zeng, Qiang

AU - Jacobs, Robert M. J.

AU - Serpell, Christopher J.

AU - Kilah, Nathan L.

AU - Davis, Jason J.

AU - Beer, Paul D.

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N2 - The first examples of ferrocene containing catenanes, in solution and assembled on a surface are described. Chloride anion templation is exploited to synthesize redox-active [2]- and [3]-catenanes via Grubbs' ring closing metathesis, utilizing a novel ferrocene-appended isophthalamide macrocycle. X-ray crystal structures of both catenanes were determined. The ability of the [2] catenane to selectively bind and characteristically sense its chloride anion template is demonstrated by use of H-1 NMR and electrochemical voltammetric techniques. Self-assembled monolayers of analogous surface-confined catenanes have been prepared on gold. In addition to being characterized by cyclic voltammetry and ellipsometry, detailed information regarding the structure of the catenane monolayers has been provided by use of angle integrated high resolution X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.

AB - The first examples of ferrocene containing catenanes, in solution and assembled on a surface are described. Chloride anion templation is exploited to synthesize redox-active [2]- and [3]-catenanes via Grubbs' ring closing metathesis, utilizing a novel ferrocene-appended isophthalamide macrocycle. X-ray crystal structures of both catenanes were determined. The ability of the [2] catenane to selectively bind and characteristically sense its chloride anion template is demonstrated by use of H-1 NMR and electrochemical voltammetric techniques. Self-assembled monolayers of analogous surface-confined catenanes have been prepared on gold. In addition to being characterized by cyclic voltammetry and ellipsometry, detailed information regarding the structure of the catenane monolayers has been provided by use of angle integrated high resolution X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.

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KW - FUNCTIONALIZED CATENANE

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KW - STABILITY-CONSTANTS

KW - MACROCYCLIC LIGANDS

KW - DIRECTED SYNTHESIS

KW - ELECTRON-TRANSFER

KW - GOLD SURFACES

KW - ROTAXANE

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