Nanoscale patterning of organosilane molecular thin films from the gas phase and its applications: fabrication of multifunctional surfaces and large area molecular templates for site-selective material deposition.

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A simple methodology to fabricate micrometer- and nanometer-scale patterned surfaces with multiple chemical functionalities is presented. Patterns with lateral dimensions down to 110 nm were made. The fabrication process involves multistep gas-phase patterning of amine, thiol, alkyl, and fluorinated alkyl-functional organosilane molecules using PDMS molds… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/la204437r

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@article{George2012NanoscalePO, title={Nanoscale patterning of organosilane molecular thin films from the gas phase and its applications: fabrication of multifunctional surfaces and large area molecular templates for site-selective material deposition.}, author={Antony V George and Mato Knez and Gregor Hlawacek and Dani{\"e}l Hagedoorn and Hein H J Verputten and Raoul van Gastel and Johan E Ten Elshof}, journal={Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids}, year={2012}, volume={28 5}, pages={3045-52} }