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An efficient synthesis of Pd nanoparticles in water has been developed using a Fischer carbene complex of tungsten as the reductant and PEG as the capping agent. The colloidal palladium (1 mol %) efficiently catalyzes Hiyama cross-coupling reactions performed in air. Excellent yields of products were obtained with a wide range of substrates. Catalytic… (More)
A Fischer carbene complex was grafted onto self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) on gold or glass by a copper-free "click" reaction. Pendant lysine residues of protein A obtained from Staphylococcus aureus rapidly reacted with the electrophilic metal complex on SAM effecting a covalent attachment of protein A with the surface. The protein A coated surface… (More)
Suitably designed, hydrophilic Fischer carbene complexes reduce HAuCl4 to produce stable gold nanoparticles localized on proteins in aqueous buffer solution.
Fischer carbene complex anchored on glass or silicon surface using a Cu-free 'click' reaction allows facile and swift covalent grafting of protein molecules like Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA).