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Reference type: Conference Proceeding
Authors: Dickert FL, Lieberzeit PA, Hayden O, Bindeus R, Mann KJ, Hadersp÷ck C
Publication date: 2003
Article title: Selfassembling around templates - Creating nano dots and pits for chemical sensing.
Page numbers: 37-42

Editors: Velev OD, Bunning TJ, Xia Y, Yang P
Publisher: Materials Research Society
Volume number: 776
Conference information: Unconventional Approaches To Nanostructures With Applications In Electronics, Photonics, Information Storage And Sensing

Abstract: Nano- and micro-structured materials are a powerful tool in the development of chemical sensors. Surface imprinting of different biogenous species into pre-polymerized, highly crosslinked reaction mixtures (polyurethanes, polystyrenes, sol-gel materials etc.) yields self-assembled structures that are optimized to re-incorporate the template particle. Surface properties are tuned both on the micrometer as well as the molecular scale, as selectivity studies suggest the formation of strongly adapted interaction networks between the polymer and the species used for imprinting

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