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Joint crosslinked gels containing disulfide linkage have been synthesized by oxidation reaction of multi-functional thiol monomers, trimethylolpropane tris(3-mercaptopropionate), tris-[3-mercaptopropionyloxy-ethyl]-isocyanurate, pentaerythritol tetrakis (3-mercaptopropionate), and dipenta-erythritol hexakis (3-mercaptopropionate) in dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO). Both the oxidation reactions with DMSO at 85 °C and Albright-Goldman oxidation in the presence of acetic anhydride at 50 °C yielded the corresponding gels. The oxidation reaction with DMSO showed higher reaction conversion than that with Albright-Goldman oxidation. Network structure of the gels was quantitatively characterized by means of a scanning microscopic light scattering. The reactions formed homogeneous network structure with about 0.5 nm of mesh in the gels. Mechanical properties of the obtained gels were investigated by compression test. Increasing of the crosslinking density with increasing of the monomer concentration, number of thiol group of the monomer or reaction conversion, raised Young's modulus, and breaking stress of the gels. Cogelation of the tri-, tetra-, of hexa-thiol monomer and dithiol monomers yielded soft and flexible gels. Reduction of the disulfide bonds in the gels by dithiothreitol turned the gel into solution. Heating of the resulting solution induced the regelation by reforming of the disulfide bonds.

T1 - Synthesis and properties of multifunctional thiol crosslinked gels containing disulfide bond in the network structure

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AB - Joint crosslinked gels containing disulfide linkage have been synthesized by oxidation reaction of multi-functional thiol monomers, trimethylolpropane tris(3-mercaptopropionate), tris-[3-mercaptopropionyloxy-ethyl]-isocyanurate, pentaerythritol tetrakis (3-mercaptopropionate), and dipenta-erythritol hexakis (3-mercaptopropionate) in dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO). Both the oxidation reactions with DMSO at 85 °C and Albright-Goldman oxidation in the presence of acetic anhydride at 50 °C yielded the corresponding gels. The oxidation reaction with DMSO showed higher reaction conversion than that with Albright-Goldman oxidation. Network structure of the gels was quantitatively characterized by means of a scanning microscopic light scattering. The reactions formed homogeneous network structure with about 0.5 nm of mesh in the gels. Mechanical properties of the obtained gels were investigated by compression test. Increasing of the crosslinking density with increasing of the monomer concentration, number of thiol group of the monomer or reaction conversion, raised Young's modulus, and breaking stress of the gels. Cogelation of the tri-, tetra-, of hexa-thiol monomer and dithiol monomers yielded soft and flexible gels. Reduction of the disulfide bonds in the gels by dithiothreitol turned the gel into solution. Heating of the resulting solution induced the regelation by reforming of the disulfide bonds.

Straightforward thiol-mediated protein labelling with DTPA: Synthesis of a highly active 111In-annexin A5-DTPA tracer SpringerLi

N2 - Joint crosslinked gels containing disulfide linkage have been synthesized by oxidation reaction of multi-functional thiol monomers, trimethylolpropane tris(3-mercaptopropionate), tris-[3-mercaptopropionyloxy-ethyl]-isocyanurate, pentaerythritol tetrakis (3-mercaptopropionate), and dipenta-erythritol hexakis (3-mercaptopropionate) in dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO). Both the oxidation reactions with DMSO at 85 °C and Albright-Goldman oxidation in the presence of acetic anhydride at 50 °C yielded the corresponding gels. The oxidation reaction with DMSO showed higher reaction conversion than that with Albright-Goldman oxidation. Network structure of the gels was quantitatively characterized by means of a scanning microscopic light scattering. The reactions formed homogeneous network structure with about 0.5 nm of mesh in the gels. Mechanical properties of the obtained gels were investigated by compression test. Increasing of the crosslinking density with increasing of the monomer concentration, number of thiol group of the monomer or reaction conversion, raised Young's modulus, and breaking stress of the gels. Cogelation of the tri-, tetra-, of hexa-thiol monomer and dithiol monomers yielded soft and flexible gels. Reduction of the disulfide bonds in the gels by dithiothreitol turned the gel into solution. Heating of the resulting solution induced the regelation by reforming of the disulfide bonds.

Synthesis. The most typical route to thioester involves the reaction of an acid chloride with an alkali metal salt of a thiol: RSNa + R′COCl → R′COSR + NaCl


Zinc Oxide—From Synthesis to Application: A Review - MDPI

N2 - A new, facile, general one-phase synthesis for thiol-functionalized gold, palladium, and iridium nanoparticles, using tetrahydrofuran (THF) as the solvent and lithium triethylborohydride (Superhydride) as the reducing agent, is presented. For octadecanethiol-functionalized gold (Au/ODT) nanoparticles, HRTEM of drop-cast particle-films revealed the formation of spherical particles of d = 4 ± 0.3 nm average size. Electron diffraction shows fcc packing arrangement, similar to that of bulk gold. The crystalline gold cores are surrounded with closely packed n-alkyl chains mainly in an all-trans conformation, adopting orthorhombic packing as confirmed by FTIR spectroscopy. Particles are arranged in a discrete solidlike assembly with a correlation length of approx. 5 nm, as the interparticle distance (center-to-center) and a constant edge-to-edge distance of 1 nm as shown by FFT analysis. Using the same synthetic procedure gold nanoparticles functionalized with 11-hydroxyundecane-1-thiol and with 4′-bromo-4-mercaptobiphenyl were prepared. TEM images of drop-cast Pd/ODT and Ir/ODT nanoparticles show an average size of 2.25 nm for the former, while for the latter the distribution is broader with the majority of particles between 2.25 and 4.25 nm. Both nanoparticles are crystalline with fcc packing. FTIR spectroscopy reveals that octadecyl chains are close-packed in all-trans conformation, and that there is presumably one chain in unit cell.

Nucleotide Metabolism: Nucleic Acid Synthesis

A new, facile, general one-phase synthesis for thiol-functionalized gold, palladium, and iridium nanoparticles, using tetrahydrofuran (THF) as the solvent and lithium triethylborohydride (Superhydride) as the reducing agent, is presented. For octadecanethiol-functionalized gold (Au/ODT) nanoparticles, HRTEM of drop-cast particle-films revealed the formation of spherical particles of d = 4 ± 0.3 nm average size. Electron diffraction shows fcc packing arrangement, similar to that of bulk gold. The crystalline gold cores are surrounded with closely packed n-alkyl chains mainly in an all-trans conformation, adopting orthorhombic packing as confirmed by FTIR spectroscopy. Particles are arranged in a discrete solidlike assembly with a correlation length of approx. 5 nm, as the interparticle distance (center-to-center) and a constant edge-to-edge distance of 1 nm as shown by FFT analysis. Using the same synthetic procedure gold nanoparticles functionalized with 11-hydroxyundecane-1-thiol and with 4′-bromo-4-mercaptobiphenyl were prepared. TEM images of drop-cast Pd/ODT and Ir/ODT nanoparticles show an average size of 2.25 nm for the former, while for the latter the distribution is broader with the majority of particles between 2.25 and 4.25 nm. Both nanoparticles are crystalline with fcc packing. FTIR spectroscopy reveals that octadecyl chains are close-packed in all-trans conformation, and that there is presumably one chain in unit cell.