Organic Monolayers, Networks, Electrochemistry: A Toolbox for the Nanoscale
- Conference date: 22–24 September 2010
- Location: Mumbai, (India)
Molecular self‐assembly at the liquid‐solid interface is a versatile concept for controlling interfacial properties and structuring surfaces. Applied to the electrochemical interface, its scope is extended even further by exploiting the mutual influence of molecular assemblies and electrochemical processes. Whether taking a top‐down approach using patterned self‐assembled monolayers (SAMs) or a bottom‐up strategy based on supramolecular networks (SMNs) templating is the leitmotif for simple access to the length scale ranging from micrometers to the bottom of the nanoscale. This is illustrated by SAM controlled electrodeposition of metal structures and the application of SMNs as templates for SAM formation.
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