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Two-Dimensional Coordination Networks from Cyclic Dipeptides

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Two-Dimensional Coordination Networks from Cyclic Dipeptides. / Guo, Yuanyuan; Nuermaimaiti, Ajiguli; Kjeldsen, Niels Due; Gothelf, Kurt V.; Linderoth, Trolle R.

I: Journal of the American Chemical Society, Bind 142, Nr. 47, 11.2020, s. 19814-19818.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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Guo, Y, Nuermaimaiti, A, Kjeldsen, ND, Gothelf, KV & Linderoth, TR 2020, 'Two-Dimensional Coordination Networks from Cyclic Dipeptides', Journal of the American Chemical Society, bind 142, nr. 47, s. 19814-19818. https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.0c08700

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Guo, Y., Nuermaimaiti, A., Kjeldsen, N. D., Gothelf, K. V., & Linderoth, T. R. (2020). Two-Dimensional Coordination Networks from Cyclic Dipeptides. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 142(47), 19814-19818. https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.0c08700

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Guo Y, Nuermaimaiti A, Kjeldsen ND, Gothelf KV, Linderoth TR. 2020. Two-Dimensional Coordination Networks from Cyclic Dipeptides. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 142(47):19814-19818. https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.0c08700

MLA

Guo, Yuanyuan o.a.. "Two-Dimensional Coordination Networks from Cyclic Dipeptides". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2020, 142(47). 19814-19818. https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.0c08700

Vancouver

Guo Y, Nuermaimaiti A, Kjeldsen ND, Gothelf KV, Linderoth TR. Two-Dimensional Coordination Networks from Cyclic Dipeptides. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2020 nov;142(47):19814-19818. https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.0c08700

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Guo, Yuanyuan ; Nuermaimaiti, Ajiguli ; Kjeldsen, Niels Due ; Gothelf, Kurt V. ; Linderoth, Trolle R. / Two-Dimensional Coordination Networks from Cyclic Dipeptides. I: Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2020 ; Bind 142, Nr. 47. s. 19814-19818.

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abstract = "Peptide-based biomimetic nanostructures and metal-organic coordination networks on surfaces are two promising classes of hybrid materials which have been explored recently. However, despite the great versatility and structural variability of natural and synthetic peptides, the two directions have so far not been merged in fabrication of metal-organic coordination networks using peptides as building blocks. Here we demonstrate that cyclic peptides can be used as ligands to form highly ordered, two-dimensional, peptide-based metal-organic coordination networks. The networks are formed on a Au(111) surface through coadsorption of cyclic dialanine with Cu-adatoms under Ultra-High Vacuum (UHV) conditions. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) in combination with X-ray Photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) has been utilized to characterize the network structures at submolecular resolution and expound the chemical changes involved in network coordination. The networks involve a motif of three cyclic dialanine molecules coordinating to a central Cu-adatom. Interestingly the networks expose pores functionalized by the side chain of the cyclic peptide, suggesting a general method to form functionalized porous metal-organic networks on surfaces.",
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AU - Linderoth, Trolle R.

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N2 - Peptide-based biomimetic nanostructures and metal-organic coordination networks on surfaces are two promising classes of hybrid materials which have been explored recently. However, despite the great versatility and structural variability of natural and synthetic peptides, the two directions have so far not been merged in fabrication of metal-organic coordination networks using peptides as building blocks. Here we demonstrate that cyclic peptides can be used as ligands to form highly ordered, two-dimensional, peptide-based metal-organic coordination networks. The networks are formed on a Au(111) surface through coadsorption of cyclic dialanine with Cu-adatoms under Ultra-High Vacuum (UHV) conditions. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) in combination with X-ray Photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) has been utilized to characterize the network structures at submolecular resolution and expound the chemical changes involved in network coordination. The networks involve a motif of three cyclic dialanine molecules coordinating to a central Cu-adatom. Interestingly the networks expose pores functionalized by the side chain of the cyclic peptide, suggesting a general method to form functionalized porous metal-organic networks on surfaces.

AB - Peptide-based biomimetic nanostructures and metal-organic coordination networks on surfaces are two promising classes of hybrid materials which have been explored recently. However, despite the great versatility and structural variability of natural and synthetic peptides, the two directions have so far not been merged in fabrication of metal-organic coordination networks using peptides as building blocks. Here we demonstrate that cyclic peptides can be used as ligands to form highly ordered, two-dimensional, peptide-based metal-organic coordination networks. The networks are formed on a Au(111) surface through coadsorption of cyclic dialanine with Cu-adatoms under Ultra-High Vacuum (UHV) conditions. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) in combination with X-ray Photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) has been utilized to characterize the network structures at submolecular resolution and expound the chemical changes involved in network coordination. The networks involve a motif of three cyclic dialanine molecules coordinating to a central Cu-adatom. Interestingly the networks expose pores functionalized by the side chain of the cyclic peptide, suggesting a general method to form functionalized porous metal-organic networks on surfaces.

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