Molecular and biomolecular interfaces to metal oxide semiconductors
- Molecular and biomolecular interfaces to metal oxide semiconductors
- R.J.Hamers; S.A.Chambers; P.A.Evans; R.Franking; Z.Gerbec; P.Gopalan; 김희숙; E.C.Landis; B.Li; M.W.McCoy; T.Ohsawa; R.Ruther
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- Physica status solidi. C, Conferences and critical reviews : PSS.
- VOL 7, NO 2, 200-205
- Previous work has shown that organic alkenes will graft to covalent
semiconductors such as diamond and silicon. Here, we
demonstrate that organic alkenes can be grafted to the surfaces
of metal oxide semiconductors, including TiO2 in nanocrystalline
thin films and as single-crystal anatase(001) epitaxial
films grown on SrTiO3(001) substrates. The resulting layers
can be used as a starting point for linking biomolecules such as
DNA to metal oxide surfaces. Initial results are presented
showing that this chemistry can also be applied to graft molecular
layers to zirconium oxide thin films.
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