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Effect of matrix-nanoparticle interactions on recognition of aryldiazonium nanoparticle-imprinted matrices

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摘要 The selective recognition of nanoparticles (NPs) can be achieved by nanoparticle-imprinted matrices (NAIMs),where NPs are imprinted in a matrix followed by their removal to form voids that can reuptake the original NPs.The recognition depends on supramolecular interactions between the matrix and the shell of the NPs,as well as on the geometrical suitability of the imprinted voids to accommodate the NPs.Here,gold NPs stabilized with citrate (AuNPs-cit) were preadsorbed onto a conductive surface followed by electrografting of p-aryldiazonium salts (ADS) with different functional groups.The thickness of the matrix was carefully controlled by altering the scan number.The AuNPs-cit were removed by electrochemical dissolution.The recognition of the NAIMs was determined by the reuptake of the original AuNPs-cit by the imprinted voids.We found that the recognition efficiency is a function of the thickness of the NAIM layer and is sensitive to the chemical structure of the matrix.Specifically,a subtle change of the functional group of the p-aryldiazonium building block,which was varied from an ether to an ester,significantly affected the recognition of the NPs.
机构地区 Institute of Chemistry
出处 《纳米研究:英文版》 SCIE EI CAS CSCD 2019年第2期265-271,共7页 Nano Research
基金 the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology (No. 3-13575).
作者简介 Netta Bruchiel-Spanier and Linoy Dery contributed equally to this work;Address correspondence to:Daniel Mandler,daniel.mandler@mail.hqji.ac.il.
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