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Ordered Polymeric Nanostructures at Surfaces (Advances in Polymer Science)

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Polymer chemistry, Science, Science/Mathematics, Chemistry - Clinical, Life Sciences - Biochemistry, Pharmacy, Nanostructures, Polymers, Surfaces, Technology / Material Science, Chemistry - General, Nanotechnology, Ph
ContributionsG. Julius Vancso (Editor), Günter Reiter (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
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Open LibraryOL12773917M
ISBN 103540319212
ISBN 139783540319214

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The formation of ordered polymer structures at interfaces: a few intriguing aspects / J.-U. Sommer, G. Reiter -- Designed block copolymers for ordered polymeric nanostructures / N. Hadjichristidis, S. Pispas -- Surface micelles and surface-induced nanopatterns formed by block copolymers / K.

Albrecht, A. Mourran, M. Moeller -- Liquid crystallinity in block copolymer films for controlling. The formation of ordered polymer structures at interfaces: a few intriguing aspects / J.-U.

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Sommer, G. Reiter --Designed block copolymers for ordered polymeric nanostructures / N. Hadjichristidis, S. Pispas --Surface micelles and surface-induced nanopatterns formed by block copolymers / K.

Albrecht, A. Mourran, M. Moeller --Liquid crystallinity. DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigationCited by: An ordered surface nanostructure endows materials advanced functions.

However, fabricating ordered surface-patterned particles via the polymer self-assembly approach is a challenge. Here we report that poly(γ-benzyl-l-glutamate)-block-poly(ethylene glycol) rod–coil block copolymers are able to form uniform-surface micelles on polystyrene microspheres through a solution self-assembly approach.

In order to perform the process mentioned above different challenges must be solved: (a) infiltration of a polymer with low adhesion and friction properties, good wettability, insoluble in the solvents used in the following steps, and with enough mechanical resistance that it can be reused as a master for several runs; (b) nanostructure a.

Sommer JU., Reiter G. () The Formation of Ordered Polymer Structures at Interfaces: A Few Intriguing Aspects. In: Vancso G.J. (eds) Ordered Polymeric Nanostructures at Surfaces. Advances in Polymer Science, vol   One-dimensional polymeric nanostructures (1DPNs) present novel and intriguing properties suitable for the fabrication of nanoscale devices employed in a wide range of applications, such as energy storage or chemical sensors, optoelectronic devices, biomedical applications and superhydrophobic addition, it is accepted that suitable 1D nanostructures can provide.

The I (V) characteristics of a number of these selfassembled molecular nanostructures show compelling evidence of semiclassical Coulomb blockade and Coulomb staircase phenomena at room temperature.

Finally, the self-assembly of these "unit cell" nanostructures into highly ordered twodimensional cluster networks has also been described.

This ordered nanoporous polymer (figure1(e)) should be detached from the nanopillar surface with the use of tweezers so it can be reused many times, which would enable the high-throughput production of ordered polymer nanopore arrays.

In order to perform the process mentioned above different challenges must be solved: (a) infiltration of a. Polymeric Nanostructures and Their Applications is the first and only reference work ever published to bring together all aspects of functional polymer nanostructures for a wide range of readers.

This 2-Volume book brings together under a single cover all aspects of the nanostructured and functional polymers, their based related materials, their chemical and electrochemical synthesis. Polymeric nanomaterials in drug delivery 5.

Nanostructures in gene delivery 6. Applications of nanomaterials in bio-imaging 7. Polymer nanomaterials in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine 8. Nanomaterials as broad spectrum anti-microbial agents 9. Use of polymer nanostructures in targeting cellular sub-organelles Polymer nanostructures are materials presenting a characteristic length-scale on the order of 10 2 nm.

From a geometrical point of view, they can be prepared from 0D to 3D systems, as nanoparticles (0D), nanorods/nanotubes (1D), thin films (2D), and nanospheres (3D). Well-ordered TiO 2 nanostructures such as 1-dimensional nanowire arrays, 2-dimensional square and hexagonal hole arrays, and 3-dimensional wire junction arrays were fabricated by a simple, controllable, economical, and reproducible method using surface relief gratings on azobenzene-functionalized polymer films as a template in the sol–gel reaction of a Ti precusor.

The book series Nanomaterials for the Life Sciences, provides an in-depth overview of all nanomaterial types and their uses in the life sciences. Each volume is dedicated to a specific material class and covers fundamentals, synthesis and characterization strategies, structure-property relationships and biomedical applications.

The series brings nanomaterials to the Life Scientists and life. However, the existing processes of fabrication of nanostructures on polymer surfaces are limited to very small area and throughput of the processes is very low.

In order to solve this challenge, the indigenous hot embossing setup was developed which is capable of patterning micro-nano structures. Scope of the Book. References. Chapter 2. Physical Chemistry of Solid Surfaces. Introduction. Surface Energy of Solid Surface.

Chemical Potential as A Function of Surface Curvature. Electrostatic Stabilization i. Surface charge density ii. Electric potential at the proximity of solid surface iii. Polymer surfaces having micro-nanostructures can be produced using injection molding and hot embossing, high efficiency techniques able to meet the needs of industry for the mass production of.

The intriguing nanostructure and properties of synthesized polymer brushes have attracted considerable attention in the field of polymer and nanomaterials. The monolayers formed by the densely packed polymer brushes can generate and control nanostructures at surfaces based on the movement of interacting polymer chains in response to changes in.

Again, polymer-based nanostructures are very promising novel tools that might change the way certain diseases are being treated.

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The purpose of this book, Polymer-based Nanostructures: Medical. We present a simple method of utilizing anodized aluminum oxide (AAO) as a reproducible template for fabricating high-aspect-ratio uniformly bent polymeric nanopillars that can be used as a physical adhesive.

It is shown how to achieve straight high-aspect-ratio nanopillars with concepts of the work of adhesion and lateral collapse between polymer pillars without serious damage to the master. Versatile control of cylindrical nanostructures formed by supramolecular assembly of end-functionalized polymer blends is demonstrated not only in their orientation over large areas but also in their surface chemical functionalities.

Two binary blends consisting of supramolecular analogues of diblock copolym. In addition, references at the end of the chapter help you expand your research on any individual topic. In summary, this book helps biomedical researchers and engineers understand the physical phenomena that occur at the nanoscale in order to design novel cell-based constructs for a wide range of applications.

We describe the formation of laser-induced photonic micro- and nanostructures at polyethylene terephthalate (PET) surfaces, which can be used for applications in cell biology. Two types of laser-induced periodic structures are investigated in detail: (1) structures with dimensions of a few µm originating from relaxation of stress fields in laser-irradiated polymer surfaces and (2) sub.

ENGINEERING ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR NANOSTRUCTURES AT SURFACES - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt /.pptx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online.

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The fabrication process of the Si nanostructures is displayed schematically in Figure 1.A polished () Si plate (10 × 10 mm 2) (p-type; Namkang Hi-Tech Co., Sungnam, South Korea) was washed by isopropyl alcohol (Sigma Aldrich, St.

Louis, MO, USA) and dried using nitrogen gas in order to remove impurities on the Si cleaning the Si plate, the hydrogen etching process was conducted. This is the 2nd edition of the original "Nanostructures and Nanomaterials" written by Guozhong Cao and published by Imperial College Press in This important book focuses not only on the synthesis and fabrication of nanostructures and nanomaterials, but also includes properties and applications of nanostructures and nanomaterials, particularly inorganic nanomaterials.5/5(1).

The realization of three-dimensional (3D)-architected nanostructures, that is, the transformation from novel two-dimensional (2D) film-based devices to 3D complex nanodevices, is of crucial importance with the progress of scaling down devices to nanometer order.

However, little attention has been devoted to controlling the atomic ordering and structures of side-surfaces on 3D structures, while.

Welcome to class number 9, session number 2. This session will focus on the synthesis and production approaches of polymeric nanostructures. In the following slides we will see different methods for creating the conductive polymer nanostructure. And we will examine ways to. However, they have limitations to pattern uniform, scalable, high-aspect-ratio, and multiscale hierarchical nanostructures.

Recently, a simple one-step maskless plasma etching process has been demonstrated to pattern nanostructures on various polymer surfaces with a high aspect ratio (>20) and a feature size less than 50 nm [24,25].This is the 2nd edition of the original “Nanostructures and Nanomaterials” written by Guozhong Cao and published by Imperial College Press in This important book focuses not only on the synthesis and fabrication of nanostructures and nanomaterials, but also includes properties and applications of nanostructures and nanomaterials.Introduction.

Recently, nanoimprint lithography [NIL] has attracted increasing attention as a facile technique for patterning polymer nanostructures [].The principle of NIL is very simple and described in detail elsewhere [].A hard mold with nanoscale surface-relief features is pressed onto a polymer cast at controlled temperature and pressure, which creates replica patterns on the polymer.