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Surface binding vs. sequestration; the uptake of benzohydroxamic acid at iron(iii) oxide surfaces

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Benzohydroxamic acid is shown to be an unexpectedly good ligand for iron(III) oxides, favouring surface attachment to the formation of trisbenzohydroxamato complexes, which are known to have very high thermodynamic stability in solution.

Graphical abstract: Surface binding vs. sequestration; the uptake of benzohydroxamic acid at iron(iii) oxide surfaces

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Submitted
27 May 2008
Accepted
10 Jul 2008
First published
06 Aug 2008

Chem. Commun., 2008, 4570-4572
Article type
Communication

Surface binding vs. sequestration; the uptake of benzohydroxamic acid at iron(III) oxide surfaces

I. M. Rio-Echevarria, F. J. White, E. K. Brechin, P. A. Tasker and S. G. Harris, Chem. Commun., 2008, 4570
DOI: 10.1039/B808805E

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