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Fabrication and Characterization of Surfaces Modified with Carboxymethylthio Ligands for Chelate-Assisted Trapping of Copper

 
: Adongo, J.O.; Neubert, T.J.; Sun, G.G.; Janietz, S.; Lauermann, I.; Rademann, K.; Rappich, J.

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ACS applied materials & interfaces 9 (2017), No.28, pp.24273-24281
ISSN: 1944-8244
ISSN: 0013-936X
ISSN: 1944-8252
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG
SU 894/2-1
English
Journal Article
Fraunhofer IAP ()

Abstract
The metal ion chelating property was conferred onto silicon (Si) and gold (Au) surfaces by direct electrografting of the 4-[(carboxymethyl)thio]benzenediazonium cation (4-CMTBD). Infrared spectroscopic ellipsometry showed the presence of characteristic phenyl and carbonyl vibrational bands on the functionalized surfaces as a proof of existence of surface-bound organic units of 4-carboxymethl)thio]benzene, (4-CMTB). The loss of diazonium group (N N+) upon electrografting of 4-CMTBD was investigated using IR spectroscopy. A Faradaic efficiency of about 18.8-20.0% was realized in mass deposition experiments for grafting 4-CMTB on the Au surface using an electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance technique. Raman spectroscopy performed on the Si-(4-CMTB) surface after treatment with topper (Cu) ion solution provided evidence of metal ion chelation based on an observed v(Cu-O) peak at about 487 cm(-1) and a v(Ou-S) signal at about 267 cm(-1). The binding of Cu ions by the chelating ligands also caused a red shift of about 10 cm(-1) in the Raman spectrum of the Si-(4-CMTB)-Cu surface within the spectral region, characteristic of the v(C-O) signal. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy investigations showed indications of the Cu(II) ion species chelated by the surface-bound carboxymethylthio ligands. The functionalized surface, Si-(4-CMTB), constitutes an alternative metal ion chelating surface that may potentially be developed for applications in trace-level trapping of Cu ions.

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