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Layer-by-layer self-assembly of bisdendrons: An unprecedented route to multilayer thin films
- Layer-by-layer self-assembly of bisdendrons: An unprecedented route to multilayer thin films
- Lee, Ok-Joo; Maraval, Valerie; Caminade, Anne-Marie; Chung, Kyungwha; Lau, King Hang Aaron; Shin, Kwanwoo; Majoral, Jean-Pierre; Knoll, Wolfgang; Kim, Dong Ha
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- MACROMOLECULAR RESEARCH
- MACROMOLECULAR RESEARCH vol. 24, no. 10, pp. 851 - 855
- bisdendron; layer-by-layer self-assembly; multilayer thin films; surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy
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- We present an unprecedented route to fabricate multilayer thin films by single component layer-by-layer molecular self-assembly. Tailored water-soluble phosphorus bisdendrons were obtained via core to core assembling of two dendrons bearing anionic groups at one end and quaternizable amino groups at the other end. Adsorption of a 1(st) bisdendron monolayer on a charged substrate followed by sequential quaternization/deposition of a 2(nd) layer leads to a stepwise growth of multilayers. By this way, homogeneous multilayer thin films were successfully constructed as confirmed by spectroscopic and microscopic analysis.
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