Supramolecular Gold Chemistry
From Atomically Precise Thiolate-Protected Gold Nanoclusters to Gold-Thiolate Nanostructures
Antoine, Rodolphe (editor)
This book is about supramolecular gold chemistry. This book provides a unique international forum aimed at covering a broad description of results involving the supramolecular chemistry of gold with a special focus on the gold–sulfur interface leading to hybrid materials ranging from gold–thiolate complexes to thiolate-protected gold nanoclusters and gold–thiolate supramolecular assemblies or nanoparticles. The role of thiolates on the structure and optical features of gold nanohybrid systems (ranging from plasmonic gold nanoparticles and fluorescent gold nanoclusters to self-assembled Au-containing thiolated coordination polymers) is highlighted in the 12 papers presented in this book.
Keywordsalloy; metal exchange; atomically precise; gold nanoclusters; thiolate; catenane; ion mobility; DFT calculations; gold nanocluster; cross-coupling; Ullmann hetero-coupling; Sonogashira coupling; Suzuki coupling; A3−coupling; catalytic mechanism; ligand removal; gold nanomaterials; electron dynamics; phonon dynamics; optical properties; Au70S20(PPh3)12 cluster; superatom network model; electronic structure; geometric structure; gold nanoparticles; graphene oxide; laser ablation; Au-GO nano-hybrid; coordination polymer structure; amino acids; template-assisted synthesis; fluorescence; Au(I)-thiolate; gold nanohybrid materials; 3-MBA/Au MPCs; TEA-HFIP; ESI-MS; HPLC-MS; bidentate binding; gold thiolate; coordination polymer; lamellar structure; luminescence; polymer composite; gold; cluster; catalyst; hydrogen evolution reaction; oxygen evolution reaction; oxygen reduction reaction; water splitting; fuel cells; ligand-protected; photoluminescence mechanism; metal nanoclusters; quantum confinement effect; ligand effect; p band intermediate state (PBIS); interface state; nanocatalysis; 6-aza-2-thio-thymine; protein; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
Technology: general issues