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Selective Functionalization of Tailored Nanostructures

Slingenbergh, W., Boer, S. K. D., Cordes, T., Browne, W. R., Feringa, B. L., Hoogenboom, J. P., Hosson, J. T. M. D. & Dorp, W. F. V., Oct-2012, In : Acs Nano. 6, 10, p. 9214-9220 7 p.

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Slingenbergh, W., Boer, S. K. D., Cordes, T., Browne, W. R., Feringa, B. L., Hoogenboom, J. P., ... Dorp, W. F. V. (2012). Selective Functionalization of Tailored Nanostructures. Acs Nano, 6(10), 9214-9220. https://doi.org/10.1021/nn303571p

Author

Slingenbergh, Winand ; Boer, Sanne K. de ; Cordes, Thorben ; Browne, Wesley R. ; Feringa, Ben L. ; Hoogenboom, Jacob P. ; Hosson, Jeff Th.M. De ; Dorp, Willem F. van. / Selective Functionalization of Tailored Nanostructures. In: Acs Nano. 2012 ; Vol. 6, No. 10. pp. 9214-9220.

Harvard

Slingenbergh, W, Boer, SKD, Cordes, T, Browne, WR, Feringa, BL, Hoogenboom, JP, Hosson, JTMD & Dorp, WFV 2012, 'Selective Functionalization of Tailored Nanostructures', Acs Nano, vol. 6, no. 10, pp. 9214-9220. https://doi.org/10.1021/nn303571p

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Selective Functionalization of Tailored Nanostructures. / Slingenbergh, Winand; Boer, Sanne K. de; Cordes, Thorben; Browne, Wesley R.; Feringa, Ben L.; Hoogenboom, Jacob P.; Hosson, Jeff Th.M. De; Dorp, Willem F. van.

In: Acs Nano, Vol. 6, No. 10, 10.2012, p. 9214-9220.

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Vancouver

Slingenbergh W, Boer SKD, Cordes T, Browne WR, Feringa BL, Hoogenboom JP et al. Selective Functionalization of Tailored Nanostructures. Acs Nano. 2012 Oct;6(10):9214-9220. https://doi.org/10.1021/nn303571p


BibTeX

@article{83a679bc60d742ad83cbcef7c2357826,
title = "Selective Functionalization of Tailored Nanostructures",
abstract = "The controlled positioning of nanostructures with active molecular components is of importance throughout nanoscience and nanotechnology. We present a novel three-step method to produce nanostructures that are selectively decorated with functional molecules. We use fluorophores and nanoparticles to functionalize SiO features with defined shapes and with sizes ranging from micrometers to 25 nm. The method is called MACE-ID: molecular assembly controlled by electron-beam-induced deposition. In the first step, SiO nanostructures are written with focused electron-beam-induced deposition, a direct-writing technique. In the second step, the deposits are selectively silanized. In the final step, the silanes are functionalized with fluorescent dyes, polystyrene spheres, or gold nanoparticles. This recipe gives exciting new possibilities for combining the highly accurate control of top-down patterning (e-beam direct writing) with the rich variety of the bottom-up approach (self-assembly), leading to active or responsive surfaces. An important advantage of MACE-ID is that it can be used on substrates that already contain complex features, such as plasmonic structures, nanoantennas, and cavities.",
keywords = "selective functionalization, directed self-assembly, local decoration, nanostructures, focused electron-beam-induced deposition, SELF-ASSEMBLED MONOLAYERS, BEAM-INDUCED DEPOSITION, NANOMETER-SCALE PATTERNS, FOCUSED ELECTRON-BEAM, MOLECULAR ROTORS, NANOLITHOGRAPHY, FABRICATION, GOLD, EMISSION, LIGHT",
author = "Winand Slingenbergh and Boer, {Sanne K. de} and Thorben Cordes and Browne, {Wesley R.} and Feringa, {Ben L.} and Hoogenboom, {Jacob P.} and Hosson, {Jeff Th.M. De} and Dorp, {Willem F. van}",
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doi = "10.1021/nn303571p",
language = "English",
volume = "6",
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journal = "Acs Nano",
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RIS

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AU - Hoogenboom, Jacob P.

AU - Hosson, Jeff Th.M. De

AU - Dorp, Willem F. van

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N2 - The controlled positioning of nanostructures with active molecular components is of importance throughout nanoscience and nanotechnology. We present a novel three-step method to produce nanostructures that are selectively decorated with functional molecules. We use fluorophores and nanoparticles to functionalize SiO features with defined shapes and with sizes ranging from micrometers to 25 nm. The method is called MACE-ID: molecular assembly controlled by electron-beam-induced deposition. In the first step, SiO nanostructures are written with focused electron-beam-induced deposition, a direct-writing technique. In the second step, the deposits are selectively silanized. In the final step, the silanes are functionalized with fluorescent dyes, polystyrene spheres, or gold nanoparticles. This recipe gives exciting new possibilities for combining the highly accurate control of top-down patterning (e-beam direct writing) with the rich variety of the bottom-up approach (self-assembly), leading to active or responsive surfaces. An important advantage of MACE-ID is that it can be used on substrates that already contain complex features, such as plasmonic structures, nanoantennas, and cavities.

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