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Self-induced "electroclick" immobilization of a copper complex onto self-assembled monolayers on a gold electrode

Abstract : We report the self-induced "electroclick" immobilization of the [Cu(II)(6-ethynyl-TMPA)(H(2)O)](2+) complex, by its simple electro-reduction, onto a mixed azidoundodecane-/decane-thiol modified gold electrode. The redox response of the grafted [Cu(II/I)(TMPA)] at the modified electrode is fully reversible indicating no Cu coordination change and a fast electron transfer.
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Antoine Gomila, Nicolas Le Poul, Nathalie Cosquer, Jean-Michel Kerbaol, Jean-Marc Noël, et al.. Self-induced "electroclick" immobilization of a copper complex onto self-assembled monolayers on a gold electrode. Dalton Transactions, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2010, 39 (48), pp.11516--11518. ⟨10.1039/c0dt01093f⟩. ⟨hal-01175772⟩

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