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Sequential growth of bistable copper-molybdenum coordination nanolayers on inorganic surfaces

Abstract : Sequential growth in solution is a powerful tool to control the growth of coordination networks on surfaces. We used this approach to prepare nanolayers of the bistable copper-molybdenum cyanide-bridged network. The nanolayers were grown on functionalized silicon and on bare platinum surfaces. The use of platinum dots organized on silicon oxide led to the growth of isolated and organized coordination objects. The bistable properties, characteristic of the bulk, have been evidenced for the nanolayers using infrared spectroscopy.
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Simon Tricard, Yousuf Raza, Sandra Mazerat, Karim Aissou, Thierry Baron, et al.. Sequential growth of bistable copper-molybdenum coordination nanolayers on inorganic surfaces. Dalton Transactions, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2013, 42 (22), pp.8034-8040. ⟨10.1039/c3dt50259g⟩. ⟨hal-00926414⟩

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