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" Anion detection through control and activation of halogen bonding triggering by electrochemistry " Monday February 24th 2020

Claire FAVE (claire.fave @ univ-paris-diderot.fr)

(LEM UR 7591, Université de Paris) 

 

" Anion detection through control and activation of halogen bonding triggering by electrochemistry  "

 

Monday February 24th  

Auditorium Astier, 11h 

Abstract:

Non-covalent interactions are crucial and of increasing interest in “supramolecular electrochemistry” concerning redox properties of supramolecular assemblies in solution. The importance of halogen bonding, an only recently described non-covalent interaction, is nowadays fully recognized. In this context we have shown the electrochemically triggered switching of halogen bonding in solution and at the electrode/electrolyte interface.The observed high sensitivity for chloride detection is a promising finding considering fundamental understanding of reactivity issues as well as potential applications of the concept for the future development of novel selective anion sensors, capture/release systems and organocatalysis.

27/02/20

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    2019

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