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Strait Gate: Special Issue on Advances in Silicon Chemistry.
Kira M. Molecules 2017. PMID 28880239 Free PMC article.
Manufacturing high-purity element silicon and organic polysilicones are two major silicon industries, supporting the basis of the modern electronic industry and our daily lives [...]....
Manufacturing high-purity element silicon and organic polysilicones are two major silicon industries, supporting the basis of …
Preparation and Reaction Chemistry of Novel Silicon-Substituted 1,3-Dienes.
Choudhury PP and Welker ME. Molecules 2015. PMID 26389877 Free PMC article.
2-Silicon-substituted 1,3-dienes containing non transferrable groups known to promote transmetallation were prepared by Grignard chemistry and enyne metathesis. ...Electron-rich alkenes showed the fastest rates in metathesis reactions, and ethylene, a commonly used metathesis promoter slowed enyne metathesis. 2-Pyridyldimethylsilyl and 2-thienyldimethylsilyl substituted Diels-Alder cycloadducts participated in cross-coupling chemistry and the 2-thienyldimethylsilyl substituted cycloadducts underwent cross-coupling under very mild reaction conditions....
2-Silicon-substituted 1,3-dienes containing non transferrable groups known to promote transmetallation were prepared by Grignard c
Interfacing enzymes with silicon nanocrystals through the thiol-ene reaction.
Robidillo CJT, et al. Nanoscale 2018. PMID 30270384
The general derivatization approach presented for interfacing enzymes with biocompatible silicon nanocrystals has far reaching implications for many applications ranging from sensors to therapeutic agents. ...They can also be employed in enzyme-based theranostics as they combine long-lived silicon nanocrystal photoluminescence with substrate-specific enzymatic activity....
The general derivatization approach presented for interfacing enzymes with biocompatible silicon nanocrystals has far reaching implic …
Dissipative Self-Assembly of Photoluminescent Silicon Nanocrystals.
Grötsch RK, et al. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 2018. PMID 30040877
Solutions of silicon nanocrystals (SiNCs) are used in a diverse range of applications because of their tunable photoluminescence, biocompatibility, and the abundance of Si. ...
Solutions of silicon nanocrystals (SiNCs) are used in a diverse range of applications because of their tunable photoluminescence, bio …
Electronics That Flex Themselves
Webster M and Kumar VS. Clin Chem 2017. PMID 28659401
Silicon nanohybrid-based surface-enhanced Raman scattering sensors.
Wang H, et al. Small 2014 - Review. PMID 25243935
Extensive efforts have been made to design various silicon nanohybrid-based SERS substrates such as gold/silver nanoparticle (NP)-decorated silicon nanowires, Au/Ag NP-decorated silicon wafers (AuNP@Si), and so forth. In comparison to free AuNP- and AgNP-based SERS sensors, the silicon nanohybrid-based SERS sensors feature higher enhancement factors (EFs) and excellent reproducibility, since SERS hot spots are efficiently coupled and stabilized through interconnection to the semiconducting silicon substrates. ...
Extensive efforts have been made to design various silicon nanohybrid-based SERS substrates such as gold/silver nanoparticle (NP)-dec …
Silicon-Tethered Strategies for C-H Functionalization Reactions.
Parasram M and Gevorgyan V. Acc Chem Res 2017. PMID 28771325 Free PMC article.
The discussion of the strategies for employment of different Si-tethers, functionalization/modification of silicon tethers, and the methodological developments on C-C, C-X, C-O, and C-Si bond forming reactions via silicon tethers will also be presented. ...Also, the need for stoichiometric use of high molecular weight silicon auxiliaries is a shortcoming of the presented concept....
The discussion of the strategies for employment of different Si-tethers, functionalization/modification of silicon tethers, and the m …
Influence of Surface Chemistry on the Release of an Antibacterial Drug from Nanostructured Porous Silicon.
Wang M, et al. Langmuir 2015. PMID 25970551
Nanostructured mesoporous silicon possesses important properties advantageous to drug loading and delivery. For controlled release of the antibacterial drug triclosan, and its associated activity versus Staphylococcus aureus, previous studies investigated the influence of porosity of the silicon matrix. In this work, we focus on the complementary issue of the influence of surface chemistry on such properties, with particular regard to drug loading and release kinetics that can be ideally adjusted by surface modification. ...
Nanostructured mesoporous silicon possesses important properties advantageous to drug loading and delivery. For controlled release of …
Applications of zero-valent silicon nanostructures in biomedicine.
Kafshgari MH, et al. Nanomedicine (Lond) 2015 - Review. PMID 26295171
Zero-valent, or elemental, silicon nanostructures exhibit a number of properties that render them attractive for applications in nanomedicine. ...In the final part of this review, our attention is focused on current applications of the fabricated silicon nanostructures in nanomedicine, specifically examining drug and gene delivery, bioimaging and biosensing....
Zero-valent, or elemental, silicon nanostructures exhibit a number of properties that render them attractive for applications in nano …
Ordered Topographically Patterned Silicon by Insect-Inspired Capillary Submicron Stamping.
Han W, et al. ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 2018. PMID 29384643
Insect-inspired capillary submicron stamping and subsequent surface-limited metal-assisted chemical etching (MACE) with ammonium bifluoride as a HF source are employed for the high-throughput production of ordered topographically patterned silicon (tpSi). ...Such blot patterns could potentially represent a starting point for the development of persistent and scratch-resistant identity labels or quick response codes on silicon surfaces....
Insect-inspired capillary submicron stamping and subsequent surface-limited metal-assisted chemical etching (MACE) with ammonium bifluoride …
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