Directing Self-Assembly of Nanoscopic Cylindrical Diblock Brush Terpolymers into Films with Desired Spatial Orientations: Expansion of Chemical Composition Scope

Title
Directing Self-Assembly of Nanoscopic Cylindrical Diblock Brush Terpolymers into Films with Desired Spatial Orientations: Expansion of Chemical Composition Scope
Authors
조상호Fan YangGuorong SunMichael J. EllerCorrie ClarkEmile A. SchweikertJames W. ThackerayPeter TrefonasKaren L. Wooley
Issue Date
2014-02
Publisher
Macromolecular rapid communications
Citation
VOL 35, NO 4-441
Abstract
Diblock brush terpolymers (DBTs) with different fluorinated methacrylate-based block segments are synthesized through sequential ring-opening metathesis polymerizations and are used to prepare polymer thin films with predictable film thicknesses. These DBTs exhibit preferable substrate vertical alignments within the films, induced by the relatively lower surface energy of the fluorinated structural components, together with the overall cylindrical morphology of the brush architecture.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/71171
ISSN
1022-1336
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