Functionalizing hydrogen-bonded surface networks with self-assembled monolayers

@article{Madueo2008FunctionalizingHS,
  title={Functionalizing hydrogen-bonded surface networks with self-assembled monolayers},
  author={Rafael Madue{\~n}o and Minna T. Raeisaenen and Christophe Silien and Manfred Buck},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2008},
  volume={454},
  pages={618-621}
}
One of the central challenges in nanotechnology is the development of flexible and efficient methods for creating ordered structures with nanometre precision over an extended length scale. Supramolecular self-assembly on surfaces offers attractive features in this regard: it is a ‘bottom-up’ approach and thus allows the simple and rapid creation of surface assemblies, which are readily tuned through the choice of molecular building blocks used and stabilized by hydrogen bonding, van der Waals… CONTINUE READING
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