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Chiral Induction with Chiral Conformational Switches in the Limit of Low "Sergeants to Soldiers" Ratio

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Chiral Induction with Chiral Conformational Switches in the Limit of Low "Sergeants to Soldiers" Ratio. / Nuermaimaiti, Ajiguli; Bombis, Christian; Knudsen, Martin Markvard; Cramer, Jacob Roland; Lægsgaard, Erik; Besenbacher, Flemming; Gothelf, Kurt Vesterager; Linderoth, Trolle René.

I: A C S Nano, Bind 8, Nr. 8, 08.2014, s. 8074-8081.

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Nuermaimaiti A, Bombis C, Knudsen MM, Cramer JR, Lægsgaard E, Besenbacher F o.a. Chiral Induction with Chiral Conformational Switches in the Limit of Low "Sergeants to Soldiers" Ratio. A C S Nano. 2014 aug;8(8):8074-8081. https://doi.org/10.1021/nn502097h

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Nuermaimaiti, Ajiguli ; Bombis, Christian ; Knudsen, Martin Markvard ; Cramer, Jacob Roland ; Lægsgaard, Erik ; Besenbacher, Flemming ; Gothelf, Kurt Vesterager ; Linderoth, Trolle René. / Chiral Induction with Chiral Conformational Switches in the Limit of Low "Sergeants to Soldiers" Ratio. I: A C S Nano. 2014 ; Bind 8, Nr. 8. s. 8074-8081.

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abstract = "Molecular-level insights into chiral adsorption phenomena are highly relevant within the fields of asymmetric heterogeneous catalysis or chiral separation and may contribute to understand the origins of homochirality in nature. Here, we investigate chiral induction by the {"}sergeants and soldiers{"} mechanism for an oligo(phenylene ethynylene) based chiral conformational switch by coadsorbing it with an intrinsically chiral seed on Au(111). Through statistical analysis of scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) data we demonstrate successful chiral induction with a very low concentration of seeding molecules down to 3%. The microscopic mechanism for the observed chiral induction is suggested to involve nucleation of the intrinsically chiral seeds, allowing for effective transfer and amplification of chirality to large numbers of soldier target molecules.",
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AU - Nuermaimaiti, Ajiguli

AU - Bombis, Christian

AU - Knudsen, Martin Markvard

AU - Cramer, Jacob Roland

AU - Lægsgaard, Erik

AU - Besenbacher, Flemming

AU - Gothelf, Kurt Vesterager

AU - Linderoth, Trolle René

PY - 2014/8

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N2 - Molecular-level insights into chiral adsorption phenomena are highly relevant within the fields of asymmetric heterogeneous catalysis or chiral separation and may contribute to understand the origins of homochirality in nature. Here, we investigate chiral induction by the "sergeants and soldiers" mechanism for an oligo(phenylene ethynylene) based chiral conformational switch by coadsorbing it with an intrinsically chiral seed on Au(111). Through statistical analysis of scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) data we demonstrate successful chiral induction with a very low concentration of seeding molecules down to 3%. The microscopic mechanism for the observed chiral induction is suggested to involve nucleation of the intrinsically chiral seeds, allowing for effective transfer and amplification of chirality to large numbers of soldier target molecules.

AB - Molecular-level insights into chiral adsorption phenomena are highly relevant within the fields of asymmetric heterogeneous catalysis or chiral separation and may contribute to understand the origins of homochirality in nature. Here, we investigate chiral induction by the "sergeants and soldiers" mechanism for an oligo(phenylene ethynylene) based chiral conformational switch by coadsorbing it with an intrinsically chiral seed on Au(111). Through statistical analysis of scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) data we demonstrate successful chiral induction with a very low concentration of seeding molecules down to 3%. The microscopic mechanism for the observed chiral induction is suggested to involve nucleation of the intrinsically chiral seeds, allowing for effective transfer and amplification of chirality to large numbers of soldier target molecules.

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