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Issue 10, 2013

Nanografting sodium dodecyl sulfate under potential control: new insights into tip-directed molecular assembly

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Abstract

We have demonstrated that under potential control, sodium dodecyl sulfate can form ordered and stable patterns within nanoscale regions of a pre-existing SAM where thiol molecules have been mechanically removed. The results offer novel insights into the mechanism of nanografting and new routes to fabricating diverse chemical structures on surfaces.

Graphical abstract: Nanografting sodium dodecyl sulfate under potential control: new insights into tip-directed molecular assembly

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Submitted
12 Feb 2013
Accepted
25 Mar 2013
First published
28 Mar 2013

Nanoscale, 2013,5, 4139-4143
Article type
Communication

Nanografting sodium dodecyl sulfate under potential control: new insights into tip-directed molecular assembly

E. A. Josephs, J. Shao and T. Ye, Nanoscale, 2013, 5, 4139 DOI: 10.1039/C3NR00771E

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