Nanoscale effects and applications of self-organized nanostructured thin films

King Hang Aaron Lau
A nanostructured thin film is a thin material layer, usually supported by a (solid) substrate, which possesses subdomains with characteristic nanoscale dimensions (10 ~ 100 nm) that are differentiated by their material properties. Such films have captured vast research interest because the dimensions and the morphology of the nanostructure introduce new possibilities to manipulating chemical and physical properties not found in bulk materials. Block copolymer (BCP) self-assembly, and anodization to form nanoporous anodic aluminium oxide...
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