pH Responsive Polymeric Brush Nanostructures: Preparation and Characterization by Scanning Probe Oxidation and Surface Initiated Polymerization

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Benetti, Edmondo M. and Chung, Hong Jing and Vancso, G. Julius (2009) pH Responsive Polymeric Brush Nanostructures: Preparation and Characterization by Scanning Probe Oxidation and Surface Initiated Polymerization. Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 30 (6). pp. 411-417. ISSN 1022-1336

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Abstract:pH-responsive PHEMA-based polymeric nanostructures were grown in a controlled manner by ATRP-based surface-initiated polymerization. Initiator nanopatterns were obtained on silicon wafers covered with OTS resists made by AFM scanning probe oxidation lithography. AFM images confirmed isolated grafting of stimuli-responsive hedge and dot brush structures exhibiting dimensions corresponding to a few tens of chains.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/marc.200800628
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