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Electrochemically driven interfacial halogen bonding on self-assembled monolayers for anion detection

Abstract : Electrochemically driven interfacial halogen bonding between redoxactive SAMs and halide anions was quantitatively studied for the first time. The halogen bond donor properties were switched on by electrochemically controlling the oxidation state of the adsorbates. Experimental data and simulation show high binding enhancement towards halide anions compared to homogeneous systems.
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Hussein Hijazi, Antoine Vacher, Sihem Groni, Dominique Lorcy, Eric Levillain, et al.. Electrochemically driven interfacial halogen bonding on self-assembled monolayers for anion detection. Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019, 55 (13), pp.1983-1986. ⟨10.1039/c8cc08856j⟩. ⟨hal-02049515⟩

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