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H groups were involved into hydrosilylation. In Fig. 12 we show the proposed mechanism of thermal hydrosilylation of terminal alkenes in colloid dispersion of the particles. C linkage [3,10]. This is a bi-functional molecule containing terminal double bond and terminal acid group. Since both ends of the bi-functional acid molecule are active to reaction with the particles under hydrosilylation conditions [53,57], the acid group was ester protected during the reaction. 12 Proposed mechanism of thermal hydrosilylation of terminal alkenes in colloid dispersion of H-terminated Si particles (from Ref.

11 XPS survey spectrum of film reconstructed from aminized particles showing that the particles have nitrogen and carbon peaks at ϳ400 and 300 eV, respectively. A fit of the binding energy of the 400 eV peak in terms of two components is given in the insert. N linkage. A chlorobenzene colloid of particles is saturated with Cl2 gas at a temperature of Ϫ10°C [12,54,55]. The dissolved chlorine gas chlorinates the particles by electrophilic replacement of hydrogen with chlorine [56,59]. Fresh distilled butylamine (C4H9NH2) was then added to the dried particles and was heated and stirred.

The colloids of the alkylated particles [12,53] dispersed in the same 16 Munir H. Nayfeh and Lubos Mitas organic solvents were stable for months. In contrast to particles alkylated with butylamine [12] and 1-pentene [53], the acid-functionalized particles were not dissolvable in heptane. However, they completely dissolved in CH2Cl2 and THF and more polar methanol, forming colloids that are stable for months. The higher thermal stability of Me ester of PA compared to t-Bu ester has diminished cross-linking, but not completely suppressing it.

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