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31. Influence of surface energy and relative humidity on AFM nanomechanical contact stiffness
Published: 3/9/2006
Authors: Donna C. Hurley, Malgorzata Kopycinska-Mueller, D Julthongpiput, Michael J Fasolka
Abstract: The effects of surface functionality and relative humidity (RH) on nanomechanical properties were investigated using atomic force acoustic microscopy (AFAM), a contact scanned probe microscopy (SPM) technique. Self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) with co ...

32. Effect of Block Thickness on Solvent Response of Block Copolymer Brushes: A Combinatorial Study With Block Copolymer Brush Gradients
Published: 3/1/2006
Authors: Chang Xu, Tao Wu, Charles M Drain, J Batteas, Michael J Fasolka, Kathryn L Beers
Abstract: Block copolymer (BC) brush gradient libraries were explored as high-throughput platforms to study the effect of relative block thickness on the BC response to solvent. BC brushes of n-butyl methacrylate (BMA) and 2-(N,N-dimethylamino)ethyl methacryla ...

33. Generating Thickness Gradients of Thin Polymer Films via Flow Coating
Published: 2/1/2006
Authors: Christopher M Stafford, Kristen Roskov, Thomas Epps, Michael J Fasolka
Abstract: Thickness is a governing factor in the behavior of films and coatings. To enable the high-throughputanalysis of this parameter in polymer systems, we detail the design and operation of a flow coater device for fabricating continuous libraries of pol ...

34. Combinatorial Materials Synthesis and High-Throughput Characterization
Published: 10/1/2005
Authors: Ichiro Takeuchi, Lauterbach Jochen, Michael J Fasolka
Abstract: The pace at which major technological changes take place is often dictated by the rate at which new materials are discovered, and timely arrival of new materials has always played a key role in bringing advances to our society. There is no wonder the ...

35. Surface-Grafted Block Copolymer Gradients: Effect of Block Length on Solvent Response
Published: 9/1/2005
Authors: Chang Xu, Tao Wu, J Batteas, Charles M Drain, Kathryn L Beers, Michael J Fasolka
Abstract: We outline a method to fabricate gradient combinatorial libraries that explore architectural parameters in surface-grafted block copolymers (BCs). In addition, we demonstrate the utility of such libraries for the rapid, thorough assessment of the re ...

36. Gradient Chemical Micropatterns: A Reference Substrate for Surface Nanometrology
Published: 8/1/2005
Authors: D Julthongpiput, Michael J Fasolka, Wenhua Zhang, Tinh Nguyen, Eric J. Amis
Abstract: We present fabrication routes for a new type of surface specimen that exhibits a micropattern with a gradient in chemical contrast between the pattern domains. Design elements in the specimen allow chemical contrast in the micropattern to be related ...

37. An Informatics Infrastructure for Combinatorial and High-throughput Materials Research Built on Open Source Code
Published: 1/1/2005
Authors: Weiping Zhang, Michael J Fasolka, Alamgir Karim, Eric J. Amis
Abstract: Laboratory Research Informatics Systems (LRIS) hold great promise in streamlining research generally, and are particularly necessary for new data-intensive research strategies such as combinatorial and high-throughput approaches. In this paper, we d ...

38. Effects of Surface Functionality and Humidity on The Adhesion Force and Chemical Contrast Measured With AFM
Published: 1/1/2005
Authors: Tinh Nguyen, Xiaohong Gu, lijiang chen, Michael J Fasolka, Kimberly A Briggman, Jeeseong Hwang, Jonathan W. Martin
Abstract: The ability to probe chemical heterogeneity with nanometer scale resolution is essential for developing a molecular level understanding of a variety of phenomena occurring at surfaces of materials. One area that could benefit greatly from nanoscale ...

39. Gradient Micropatterns for Surface Nanometrology and Thin Nanomaterials Development
Published: 1/1/2005
Authors: Michael J Fasolka, D Julthongpiput, Wenhua Zhang, Alamgir Karim, Eric J. Amis

40. Measurement of the Local Diattenuation and Retardance of Thin Polymer Films Using Near-Field Polarimetry
Published: 1/1/2005
Authors: Lori S. Goldner, Michael J Fasolka, S N Goldie
Abstract: Near-field scanning optical microscopy and Fourier analysis polarimetry are combined to obtain quantitative maps of the local retardance, (resulting from strain or crystalline birefringence), fast axis orientation, diattenuation and diattenuating axi ...

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