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Grafting of diazonium salts on oxides surface: formation of aryl-O bonds on iron oxide nanoparticles

  • Katarzyna Brymora
  • Jonathan Fouineau
  • Asma Eddarir
  • François Chau
  • Nader Yaacoub
  • Jean-Marc Grenèche
  • Jean Pinson
  • Souad Ammar
  • Florent CalvayracEmail author
Research Paper

Abstract

Combining ab initio modeling and 57Fe Mössbauer spectrometry, we characterized the nature of the chemical linkage of aminoalkyl arenediazonium salt on the surface of iron oxide nanoparticles. We established that it is built through a metal–oxygen–carbon bonding and not a metal–carbon one, as usually suggested and commonly observed in previously studied metal- or carbon-based surfaces.

Keywords

Nanohybrids Iron oxide nanoparticles Diazonium salt chemistry 57Fe Mössbauer spectrometry Ab initio modeling 

Notes

Acknowledgments

The authors are indebted to the French Education and Research Minister for the J.F. and K.B PhD’s Grants. They want to thank GENCI/IDRIS and CRIHAN national and regional facilities for computational time (projects x2014096171 and 007, respectively).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Université Paris Diderot, Sorbonne Paris Cité, ITODYS CNRS UMR 7086ParisFrance
  2. 2.LUNAM Université du Maine, IMMM UMR CNRS 6283Le MansFrance

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