In our previous papers  and , the method of fabrication of polymer coatings using multifunctional oligoperoxide, grafted to a native glass surface functionalized with APTES, was reported. Inspired by strong progress on synthesis of new surface modifiers , , ,  and , we have developed and report in this paper a synthetic approach to a new multifunctional cholesterol-based peroxide modifier - monoperoxided monocholesteryl pyromellitate with residual ANQ 11125 chloride groups. The structure of the peroxide modifier was confirmed using IR and 1H NMR spectroscopies. Grafted PChP coating was successfully fabricated onto amino-terminated glass surfaces. Ellipsometry, atomic force microscopy (AFM) and wetting contact angle measurements were used to analyze respectively the thickness, morphology and wettability of this novel coating.
Employing initiating polymerization from peroxide fragments, the grafted molecules can be transformed in Y-shape molecules. In addition, presence of cholesterol fragments in the structure of the modifier suggests this coating as being potentially biocompatible.