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Direct Nanopatterning of Metal Surfaces Using Self-Assembled Molecular Films

AuthorsAzzaroni, O.; Fonticelli, Mariano; Benítez, G.; Schilardi, P. L.; Gago, Raúl ; Caretti, Ignacio ; Vázquez, Luis ; Salvarezza, R. C.
Issue Date2004
CitationAdvanced Materials 16 (5): 405-409 (2004)
AbstractThe development of new methods for nanopatterning of metal surfaces is discussed. Self-assembled molecular films are used for the purpose. Patterned metallic surfaces can be modified by alkanethiolate self-assembled monolayers (SAM) to be used as a further mold for master replication. It is also demonstrated that the patterned metallic surfaces are excellent templates for producing nanopatterned metal-semiconductor hybrid surfaces by controlled chemical reactions.
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