Synthesis of Two-Dimensional Analogues of Copolymers by Site-to-Site Transmetalation of Organometallic Monolayer Sheets

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Author(s) Zheng, Zhikun, Opilik, Lothar, Schiffmann, Florian, Liu, Wei, Bergamini, Giacomo, Ceroni, Paola, Lee, Lay-Theng, Schutz, Andri, Sakamoto, Junji, Zenobi, Renato, VandeVondele, Joost, Schluter, A. Dieter
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Title Synthesis of Two-Dimensional Analogues of Copolymers by Site-to-Site Transmetalation of Organometallic Monolayer Sheets
Author(s) Zheng, Zhikun
Opilik, Lothar
Schiffmann, Florian
Liu, Wei
Bergamini, Giacomo
Ceroni, Paola
Lee, Lay-Theng
Schutz, Andri
Sakamoto, Junji
Zenobi, Renato
VandeVondele, Joost
Schluter, A. Dieter
Journal or Series Title Journal of the American Chemical Society
Volume Number 136
Issue Number 16
Start Page 6103
End Page 6110
ISSN 0002-7863
1520-5126
Publisher American Chemical Society
Publication Place Washington, DC
Publication Date 2014-05
Abstract Mono layer sheets have gained attention due to the unique properties derived from their two-dimensional structure. One of the key challenges in sheet modification/synthesis is to exchange integral parts while keeping them intact. We describe site-to-site transmetalation of Zn2+ in the netpoints of cm(2)-sized, metal organic sheets by Fe2+, Co2+, and Pb2+. This novel transformation was done both randomly and at predetermined patterns defined by photolithography to create monolayer sheets composed of different netpoints. All transmetalated sheets are mechanically strong enough to be spanned over 20 X 20 mu m(2) sized holes. Density functional theory calculations provide both a model for the molecular structure of an Fe2+-based sheet and first insights into how transmetalation proceeds. Such transmetalated sheets with random and patterned netpoints can be considered as two-dimensional analogues of linear copolymers. Their nanoscale synthesis presents an advance in monolayer/polymer chemistry with applications in fields such as surface coating, molecular electronics, device fabrication, imaging, and sensing.
DOI 10.1021/ja501849y
Additional Notes Available online 17 January 2014
Document Type Article
Publication Status Published
Language English
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  journal = "Journal of the American Chemical Society",
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