Carbon-to-metal bonds: Electrochemical reduction of 2-butenenitrile

Abstract : 2-Butenenitrile belongs to the large family of electron deficient vinylic monomers that usually form 100 to 500 nm thick grafted polymer films by electroreduction. However, 2-butenenitrile exhibits a slightly acidic hydrogen atom on its CH3 group that inhibits the anionic polymerization usually observed with 'classical' organic monomers such as its isomer methacrylonitrile. 2-Butenenitrile thus gives nanometer thick grafted film by electroreduction, essentially composed of a mixture of monomers, dimers and trimers and in the same way, allows an easy observation by XPS of the chemical signature of the grafting, i.e. the carbon-to-nickel bond, observed at 283.6 eV.
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Guy Deniau, Laurent Azoulay, Pascale Jégou, Gilles Le Chevallier, Serge Palacin. Carbon-to-metal bonds: Electrochemical reduction of 2-butenenitrile. Surface Science, Elsevier, 2005, 600, pp.675-684. ⟨10.1016/j.susc.2005.11.021⟩. ⟨cea-01056620⟩

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