Synthesis of self-assembling resorcin[4]arene tetrasulfide adsorbates

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Thoden van Velzen, Eggo U. and Engbersen, Johan F.J. and Reinhoudt, David N. (1995) Synthesis of self-assembling resorcin[4]arene tetrasulfide adsorbates. Synthesis, 1995 (8). pp. 989-997. ISSN 0039-7881

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Abstract:The synthesis of a new type of host adsorbate possessing a large resorcin[4]arene headgroup and four di-n-decyl sulfide chains underneath is described. The cross-sectional area of the alkyl chains is equal or larger than that of the headgroups which makes these resorcin[4]arene tetrasulfides suitable for self-assembly onto gold surfaces to form well-packed monolayers of which the outer interface is composed of receptor sites and the alkyl chains underneath the cavity headgroups passivate the gold surface. Resorcin[4]arene tetrasulfides with the following functionalities at the resorcin[4]arene headgroup were synthesized: methylene ether (the so-called cavitand), methyl ether, 2-fluoroethyl, several carboxyl esters, N-propylacetamide and hydroxy.
New receptor adsorbates for self-assembling monolayers are described.


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Copyright:© Georg Thieme Verlag 1995
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1055/s-1995-4021
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