Fast assembly of ordered block copolymer nanostructures through microwave annealing.

@article{Zhang2010FastAO,
  title={Fast assembly of ordered block copolymer nanostructures through microwave annealing.},
  author={Xiaojiang Zhang and Kenneth D. Harris and Nathanael Wu and Jeffrey N. Murphy and Jillian M Buriak},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2010},
  volume={4 11},
  pages={7021-9}
}
Block copolymer self-assembly is an innovative technology capable of patterning technologically relevant substrates with nanoscale precision for a range of applications from integrated circuit fabrication to tissue interfacing, for example. In this article, we demonstrate a microwave-based method of rapidly inducing order in block copolymer structures. The technique involves the usage of a commercial microwave reactor to anneal block copolymer films in the presence of appropriate solvents, and… CONTINUE READING
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