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Alkynylation of graphene via the Sonogashira C–C cross-coupling reaction on fluorographene

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Abstract

We report successful grafting of alkynyl groups onto graphene via the Sonogashira reaction between fluorographene and terminal alkynes. Theoretical calculations revealed that fluorographene can efficiently bind and oxidize the palladium catalyst on electrophilic sites activated by fluorine atoms. This paves the way towards conductive and mechanically robust 3D covalent networks.

Graphical abstract: Alkynylation of graphene via the Sonogashira C–C cross-coupling reaction on fluorographene

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Submitted
24 Oct 2018
Accepted
05 Dec 2018
First published
07 Jan 2019

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2019,55, 1088-1091
Article type
Communication

Alkynylation of graphene via the Sonogashira C–C cross-coupling reaction on fluorographene

D. D. Chronopoulos, M. Medved’, P. Błoński, Z. Nováček, P. Jakubec, O. Tomanec, A. Bakandritsos, V. Novotná, R. Zbořil and M. Otyepka, Chem. Commun., 2019, 55, 1088
DOI: 10.1039/C8CC08492K

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