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Simple methods for polymer nanostructuring by plasma modification, metal sputtering, and annealing
Author(s): Petr Jurik; Petr Slepicka; Vaclav Svorcik
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Paper Abstract

Self-organization offer cost-efficient and easily scalable way to nanopattern polymer surfaces for various applications ranging from medical use to sensing applications. For example poly-L-lactic acid can be modified either by metal sputtering and/or plasma discharge to form ripple-like structures after annealing with size and regularity highly dependent on processing variables. Such samples have enhanced biocompatibility and as such they are promising substrates for use as various implants. Another example is annealing of polyethersulfone film modified by metal sputtering that causes coalescence of metal layer into separated metal nanoclusters. This structure exhibit localized surface Plasmon resonance, which can be used for example in Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy.

Paper Details

Date Published: 26 September 2016
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 9929, Nanostructured Thin Films IX, 992913 (26 September 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2235578
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Petr Jurik, Univ. of Chemistry and Technology (Czech Republic)
Petr Slepicka, Univ. of Chemistry and Technology (Czech Republic)
Vaclav Svorcik, Univ. of Chemistry and Technology (Czech Republic)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9929:
Nanostructured Thin Films IX
Akhlesh Lakhtakia; Tom G. Mackay; Motofumi Suzuki, Editor(s)

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