Radical-Induced Hydrosilylation Reactions for the Functionalization of Two-Dimensional Hydride Terminated Silicon Nanosheets
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Herein we present the functionalization of freestanding silicon nanosheets (SiNSs) by radical-induced hydrosilylation reactions. An efficient hydrosilylation of Si-H terminated SiNSs can be achieved by thermal initiation or the addition of diazonium salts with a variety of alkene or alkyne derivatives. The radical-induced hydrosilylation is applicable for a wide variety of substrates with different functionalities, improving the stability and dispersibility of the functional SiNSs in organic solvents and potentially opening up new fields of application for these hybrid materials.
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