Diazonium compounds are hired as a brand new classification of coupling brokers to hyperlink polymers, biomacromolecules, and different species (e. g. steel nanoparticles) to the outside of fabrics. The ensuing excessive functionality fabrics exhibit enhanced chemical and actual homes and locate common purposes. the good thing about aryl diazonium salts in comparison to different floor modifiers lies of their ease of training, quick (electro)reduction, big range of reactive sensible teams, and robust aryl-surface covalent bonding.
This certain e-book summarizes the present wisdom of the outside and interface chemistry of aryl diazonium salts. It covers basic features of diazonium chemistry including theoretical calculations of surface-molecule bonding, analytical tools used for the characterization of aryl layers, in addition to vital functions within the box of electrochemistry, nanotechnology, biosensors, polymer coatings and fabrics technological know-how. moreover, details on different floor modifiers (amines, silanes, hydrazines, iodonium salts) is integrated. This selection of 14 self-contained chapters constitutes a useful booklet for PhD scholars, teachers and commercial researchers engaged on this sizzling subject.
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