Chemical Name: 5-Carboxypentyl disulfide
Appearance: White powder
Purity: >97.0% (HPLC)
MW: 294.43, C12H22O4S2Storage Condition: ambient temperature, protect from metal
Shipping Condition: ambient temperature
Product Description of Carboxyallanedisulfides
Product Description of Carboxyallanedisulfides Carboxyalkyldisulfides are oxidized carboxyalkanethiols. They
form SAMs similar to the carboxyalkanethiols, but are more stable than
thiols. Kanayama and others formed SAMs of 4,4’-dithiodibutyric acid on
gold colloids or gold electrodes and introduced phenylboronic acid
moieties to its terminus. They succeeded in recognizing various sugars
by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) and cyclic voltammetry
(CV) using these SAMs. Takagi and coworkers fixed dinitrophenyl (DNP)
groups on carboxyalkyl-disulfide SAMs. They detected an anti-DNP
antibody by electrical impedance measurement. This technique could be
applied to impedimetric sensing of proteins. Delamarche and his
coworkers fabricated 10-carboxydecyl disulfide SAMs on a gold substrate
and introduced a photoactivatable benzophenone moiety to the termini.
After attaching a protein (IgG), it was tested by a variety of
characterization techniques (including ellipsometry, Xray photoelectron
spectroscopy and AFM).
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on Gold, Langmuir, 1996, 12, 1997.