Microcontact Printing Directly on the Silicon Surface

Author

Yongseok Jun , Duc Le , and X.-Y. Zhu

Journal

Langmuir

Publication Date

04/03/2002

Abstract

Alkoxyl thin films were deposited directly onto silicon surfaces by microcontact printing. This is based on an efficient reaction between alcohol functional groups and chlorine-terminated silicon surfaces for thin film assembly [Langmuir 2000, 16, 6766]. The features formed by microcontact printing show high resolution and fidelity, with no evidence of edge diffusion or island formation. These represent marked improvements over siloxane-based approaches.

You have no rights to post comments


Date added: 2012-08-22 17:59:02 | Last time updated: 2012-08-22 15:59:02 | Viewed: 812 times

Latest Topics

  • No posts to display.

Copyright MicroContactPrinting 2012 - Réalisé par MidiConcept - Site map - Legals