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Issue 8, 2013
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Influence of molecular length on the adsorption of linear trimethylsilylacetylene derivatives at the n-tetradecane/Au(111) interface: chemisorption vs. physisorption

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Abstract

Adsorption of two trimethylsilylacetylene (TMSA) derivatives bearing linear alkyl chains of different lengths has been studied at the n-tetradecane/Au(111) interface. The lying or standing orientation of TMSA compounds on the gold surface shows that adsorption is not only controlled by the chemical reactivity of the molecules but also by their size.

Graphical abstract: Influence of molecular length on the adsorption of linear trimethylsilylacetylene derivatives at the n-tetradecane/Au(111) interface: chemisorption vs. physisorption

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Submitted
29 Mar 2013
Accepted
21 May 2013
First published
28 May 2013

New J. Chem., 2013,37, 2261-2265
Article type
Letter

Influence of molecular length on the adsorption of linear trimethylsilylacetylene derivatives at the n-tetradecane/Au(111) interface: chemisorption vs. physisorption

A. Nion, N. Katsonis, A. Marchenko, C. Aubert and D. Fichou, New J. Chem., 2013, 37, 2261
DOI: 10.1039/C3NJ00334E

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