By Bernadette Charleux, Christophe Coperet, Emmanuel Lacote
This booklet offers readers with a one-stop access into the chemistry of various hybrids and functions, from a molecular artificial standpoint
• Describes advent and impression of natural constructions on particular aid elements (carbon-based fabrics, proteins, metals, and polymers).
• Chapters conceal sizzling issues together with nanodiamonds, nanocrystals, metal-organic frameworks, peptide bioconjugates, and chemoselective protein modification
• Describes analytical strategies, with professionals and cons, to validate man made strategies
• Edited through internationally-recognized chemists from various backgrounds (synthetic polymer chemistry, inorganic surfaces and debris, and artificial natural chemistry) to tug jointly different views and approaches
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Usually, an increase of the relative intensity of the D-band is taken as fingerprint for successful covalent functionalization. In the case of MWCNTs, it is rather difficult to determine if the functionalization method used leads to covalent grafting as the D-band is already high and the RBM is absent in pristine MWCNTs. Importantly, it is recommended to keep the laser intensity low enough to avoid laser heating during the Raman measurements, which could result in a decrease of the D-band. , metallic or semiconducting) or to the diameter of SWCNTs because of the shift and decrease of the intensity of the RBM peaks of the selectively functionalized SWCNTs [109, 207].
Chem. Soc. 2010, 132(26), 9020–9029. 234. Brunetti, F. ; Herrero, M. ; V´azquez, E. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130(25), 8094–8100. 235. ; Marˆech´e, J. ; Vigolo, B. Carbon 2011, 49(9), 3010–3018. 2 FUNCTIONALIZED GRAPHENES ˆ 3 Iban Azcarate,1 David Lachkar,2 Emmanuel Lacote, Jennifer Lesage de la Haye,1 and Anne-Laure Vallet2 1 Institut Parisien de Chimie Mol´eculaire, Universit´e Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France 2 CNRS – Institut de Chimie des Substances Naturelles, Gif s/Yvette, France 3 Laboratoire C2P2, CNRS – CPE Lyon – Universit´ e de Lyon, Villeurbanne Cedex, France Since its discovery in 2004 by Geim [1, 2], graphene has become a prominent target of interest thanks to its mechanical, electrical, optical, and physical properties [3–9].