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Probing the in-air growth of large area of 3D functional structures into a 2D supramolecular nanoporous network
- Brisse, Romain, Guianvarc'h, Dominique, Mansuy, Christelle, Sagan, Sandrine, Kreher, David, Sosa-Vargas, Lydia, Hamitouche, Lydia, Humblot, Vincent, Arfaoui, Imad, Labet, Vanessa, Paris, Céline, Petit, Christophe, Attias, André-Jean
- Chemical communications 2018 v.54 no.72 pp. 10068-10071
- Raman spectroscopy, air, chemical compounds, chemical reactions, contact angle, nanopores
- Surface-confined host–guest chemistry at the air/solid interface is used for trapping a functionalized 3D Zn–phthalocyanine complex into a 2D porous supramolecular template allowing the large area functionalization of an sp²-hybridized carbon-based substrate as evidenced by STM, resonance Raman spectroscopy, and water contact angle measurements.