Printing via Photolithography on Micropartitioned Fluid Lipid Membranes

@inproceedings{Groves2000PrintingVP,
  title={Printing via Photolithography on Micropartitioned Fluid Lipid Membranes},
  author={Jay T. Groves and Nick Ulman and Steven G Boxer},
  year={2000}
}
tion in affected monolayer regions, as the enhanced aliquid-likeo character of debonded tails would give rise to an enhanced viscous drag opposing the motion of the tip. [10] Attempts to remove from the surface monolayer molecules (following inscription of patterns in the non-destructive patterning regime) by solvent treatments with sonication and Scotch-tape peeling failed, while exposure to solutions of OTS or NTS invariably resulted in the rapid self-assembly of a stable overlayer in the tip… CONTINUE READING

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