"Thiol-ene" photoclick chemistry as a rapid and localizable functionalization pathway for silica capillary monolithic columns.

Abstract : Herein, we report the "ene-thiol" photografting of 1-octadecanethiol onto vinyl pre-functionalized silica monolith to prepare clicked reversed-phase silica monolithic columns with high permeability and performances. The experimental conditions (concentration of thiol in solution, irradiation duration) are optimized with respect to highest retention and methylene selectivity, i.e. to the highest surface coverage of the monolith. It is demonstrated that an irradiation duration of 5min is enough with a 0.8M concentration of 1-octadecanethiol in solution or that it may be replaced by successive irradiations at a lower ODT concentration (0.19M) with renewing of the solution between the illuminations. Retention factors as high as those obtained with standard silanization are reached while keeping the intrinsic monolith permeability and efficiency (160,000plates/m in nano-LC at 0.7mm/s). The absence of polymerization, in the "ene-thiol" version, is demonstrated. Indeed, the steric selectivity of our clicked-material is characteristic of monolayer-like functionalized silica and significantly lower than the steric selectivity measured on polymeric-like functionalized silica.
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A. Laaniste, Audrey Maréchal, Racha El Debs, Jérôme Randon, Vincent Dugas, et al.. "Thiol-ene" photoclick chemistry as a rapid and localizable functionalization pathway for silica capillary monolithic columns.. Journal of Chromatography A, Elsevier, 2014, 1355, pp.296-300. ⟨10.1016/j.chroma.2014.06.031⟩. ⟨hal-01070871⟩

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