Authors: Mirsky VM
, Hirsch T
, Piletsky SA
, Wolfbeis OS
A spreader-bar approach to molecular architecture: formation of stable artificial chemoreceptors.
Publication date: 1999
Journal: Angewandte Chemie International Edition
Abstract: The destructive influence of lateral diffusion on nanostructured monolayers can be prevented by using the spreader-bar technique. This approach allows the formation of stable artificial receptors for barbituric acid by lateral structuring of a dodecanethiol monolayer with molecular spreader-bars from thiobarbituric acid without chemical polymerization (see schematic representation). The new technique may have applications in chemosensors, affinity chromatography, stereoselective catalysis, and molecular electronics
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