Planned Nanostructures of Colloidal Gold via Self-Assembly on Hierarchically Assembled Organic Bilayer Template Patterns with In-situ Generated Terminal Amino Functionality

@inproceedings{Liu2004PlannedNO,
  title={Planned Nanostructures of Colloidal Gold via Self-Assembly on Hierarchically Assembled Organic Bilayer Template Patterns with In-situ Generated Terminal Amino Functionality},
  author={Shantang Liu and Rivka Maoz and Jacob Sagiv},
  year={2004}
}
We demonstrate a hierarchical self-assembly approach to the fabrication of planned nanostructures of colloidal gold particles on silicon, comprising the initial assembly of a molecular template pattern with terminal amino functionality, which then guides the surface assembly and site specific anchoring of gold nanoparticles from a colloidal solution. Well defined amino-terminated templates are obtained via a chemical functionalization process whereby highly ordered bilayer nanopatterns produced… CONTINUE READING

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