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Review article (Published On: 03-Mar-2021 )

Conjugation reactions of hybrid organosilanes for nanoparticle and surface modifications

A. Guillermo Bracamonte, William Hutchinson and Otto Wilhelm In Den Kirschen

J. Chem. Res. Adv., 02 (01):06-15

A. Guillermo Bracamonte : INFIQC, Institute of Physicochemical Research of Cordoba Dept. of Organic Chemistry, National University of Cordoba (UNC), Argentine

William Hutchinson : University of Akron, Institute of Polymer Science and Engineering

Otto Wilhelm In Den Kirschen : Institut fur Organische Chemie, Universitat Regensburg 93040, Regensburg, Germany

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Article History: Received on: 30-Dec-20, Accepted on: 10-Feb-21, Published on: 03-Mar-21

Corresponding Author: A. Guillermo Bracamonte

Email: guillermobrac@yahoo.ca

Citation: In den Kirschen O, Hutchinson W and Bracamonte AG (2021). Conjugation reactions of hybrid organosilanes for nanoparticle and surface modifications. J. Chem. Res. Adv., 02 (01 ):06-15


Abstract

Hybrid Molecules with incorporation of heteroatoms and different domains and properties could be achieved by the use of Silanes, Organosilanes, and chemically functionalized Organosilanes. These chemical agents are versatile reagents that could be covalent linked to other types of molecules such Organics by covalent and non-covalent linking. In this way, in this Research communications was summarized and discussed the use of a set of modified Organosilanes based on different experimental reactions for targeted objectives. Different conjugation reactions were involucrated based on optimized current Organic chemical reactions. By this manner, it was showed the chemical modifications of Organosilanes with Fluorescent dye reporters. As example, it was afforded the use of these bi-functional chemical species, with hydrolysable hetero-atom bonds accompanied with Laser dyes sensitizer properties. Thus, it was showed their applications for design and synthesis of Nanoparticle s and chemical surface modifications.


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