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Discrete polygonal supramolecular architectures of isocytosine-based Pt(ii) complexes at the solution/graphite interface

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Polygonal supramolecular architectures of a Pt(II) complex including trimers, tetramers, pentamers and hexamers were self-assembled via hydrogen bonding between isocytosine moieties; their structure at the solid/liquid interface was unravelled by in situ scanning tunneling microscopy imaging. Density functional theory calculations provided in-depth insight into the thermodynamics of their formation by exploring the different energy contributions attributed to the molecular self-assembly and adsorption processes.

Graphical abstract: Discrete polygonal supramolecular architectures of isocytosine-based Pt(ii) complexes at the solution/graphite interface

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Submitted
17 Jun 2016
Accepted
18 Aug 2016
First published
18 Aug 2016

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2016,52, 11163-11166
Article type
Communication

Discrete polygonal supramolecular architectures of isocytosine-based Pt(II) complexes at the solution/graphite interface

M. El Garah, S. Sinn, A. Dianat, A. Santana-Bonilla, R. Gutierrez, L. De Cola, G. Cuniberti, A. Ciesielski and P. Samorì, Chem. Commun., 2016, 52, 11163
DOI: 10.1039/C6CC05087E

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