Electrochemical Behavior and Redox-Dependent Disassembly of Gallic Acid/Fe-III Metal-Phenolic Networks
Pavel V Cherepanov, Md Arifur Rahim, Nadja Bertleff-Zieschang, Md Abu Sayeed, Anthony P O'Mullane, Simon E Moulton, Frank Caruso
ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES | AMER CHEMICAL SOC | Published : 2018
Metal-phenolic networks (MPNs) are a versatile class of organic-inorganic hybrid systems that are generating interest for applications in catalysis, bioimaging, and drug delivery. These self-assembled MPNs possess metal-coordinated structures and may potentially serve as redox-responsive platforms for triggered disassembly or drug release. Therefore, a comprehensive study of the reduction and oxidation behavior of MPNs for evaluating their redox responsiveness, specific conditions required for their disassembly, and the kinetics of metal ion release, is necessary. Using a representative MPN gallic acid-iron (GA/FeIII) system, we conducted electrochemical studies to provide fundamental insigh..View full abstract
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This research was supported by the Australian Research Council Centre (ARC) of Excellence in Convergent BioNano Science and Technology (project no. CE140100036) and the ARC under the Australian Laureate Fellowship (F.C., FL120100030) scheme.