Chemically nanopatterned surfaces using polyelectrolytes and ultraviolet-cured hard molds.

@article{Park2005ChemicallyNS,
  title={Chemically nanopatterned surfaces using polyelectrolytes and ultraviolet-cured hard molds.},
  author={Juhyun Park and Youn Sang Kim and Paula T Hammond},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={5 7},
  pages={1347-50}
}
Polymer transfer printing of poly(acrylic acid) onto a polyelectrolyte multilayer platform resulted in chemically nanopatterned surfaces with well-defined structures and both positive and negative surface functionalities. A commercially available urethane-related photopolymer cured by ultraviolet light was used to make stamps for contact printing with a range of submicrometer down to 80 nm features because of its outstanding mechanical stability and inherent softening transition above 48… CONTINUE READING

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