Materials, Volume 13, Issue 3 (February-1 2020) – 316 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): The immobilization of antimicrobial agents on plastic surfaces through easy methodologies has attracted a great deal of research over the last few years, to afford scalable functional materials endowed with antimicrobial activity. Our studies deal with the synthesis of new antimicrobial ruthenium complexes bearing a long aliphatic chain, a structural feature that was exploited in tethering them onto a polystyrene surface through hydrophobic interactions, thus affording antimicrobial composites. View this paper.
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