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  • stimuli responsive hydrogel Thin Films
    Soft Matter, 2009
    Co-Authors: Ihor Tokarev, Sergiy Minko
    Abstract:

    In this brief review we address a range of interesting applications and prospects of responsive hydrogel Thin Films for the fabrication of “smart” responsive surfaces, membranes, sensors with various transduction mechanisms, micro/nanoactuators, and capsules. We show that hydrogel Thin Films compete with grafted polymers and demonstrate strong advantages for the fabrication of robust multifunctional and multiresponsive surfaces. This article reviews recent publications on the synthesis of responsive hydrogel Thin Films and hybrid Films with entrapped nanoparticles and reagents by the chemical crosslinking of reactive polymers, layer-by-layer deposition, and block-copolymer self-assembly, as well as examining those publications to determine a range of applications.

  • Stimuli-responsive hydrogel Thin Films
    Soft Matter, 2009
    Co-Authors: Ihor Tokarev, Sergiy Minko
    Abstract:

    In this brief review we address a range of interesting applications and prospects of responsive hydrogel Thin Films for the fabrication of “smart” responsive surfaces, membranes, sensors with various transduction mechanisms, micro/nanoactuators, and capsules. We show that hydrogel Thin Films compete with gra

Mika P. Valkonen – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • CdxZn1−xS solid solution Thin Films, CdS Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films grown by SILAR technique
    Applied Surface Science, 1998
    Co-Authors: Mika P. Valkonen, Seppo Lindroos, Markku Leskelä
    Abstract:

    Abstract Cd x Zn 1− x S solid solution Thin Films were grown by successive ionic layer adsorption and reaction (SILAR) technique on soda lime glass, ITO-covered glass and polymer substrates. In addition, CdS Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films were deposited on polymer substrates. The Thin Films were characterized by X-ray diffraction and energy dispersive X-ray analysis. The Cd x Zn 1− x S Films were polycrystalline and cubic (111) or hexagonal (002) oriented. The cation/anion ratios were 1 : 1. In XRD, the CdS/ZnS multilayer samples showed not only reflections of CdS, ZnS, but also Cd x Zn 1− x S formed in the interface. The Cd x Zn 1− x S Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films could be tailored to a set of various composition and structure.

  • CdxZn1-xs solid solution Thin Films, CdS Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films grown by SILAR technique
    Applied Surface Science, 1998
    Co-Authors: Mika P. Valkonen, Seppo Lindroos, Markku Leskelä
    Abstract:

    CdxZn1-xS solid solution Thin Films were grown by successive ionic layer adsorption and reaction (SILAR) technique on soda lime glass, ITO-covered glass and polymer substrates. In addition, CdS Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films were deposited on polymer substrates. The Thin Films were characterized by X-ray diffraction and energy dispersive X-ray analysis. The CdxZn1-xS Films were polycrystalline and cubic (111) or hexagonal (002) oriented. The cation/anion ratios were 1:1. In XRD, the CdS/ZnS multilayer samples showed not only reflections of CdS, ZnS, but also CdxZn1-xS formed in the interface. The CdxZn1-xS Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films could be tailored to a set of various composition and structure. © 1998 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.

Seppo Lindroos – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • CdxZn1−xS solid solution Thin Films, CdS Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films grown by SILAR technique
    Applied Surface Science, 1998
    Co-Authors: Mika P. Valkonen, Seppo Lindroos, Markku Leskelä
    Abstract:

    Abstract Cd x Zn 1− x S solid solution Thin Films were grown by successive ionic layer adsorption and reaction (SILAR) technique on soda lime glass, ITO-covered glass and polymer substrates. In addition, CdS Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films were deposited on polymer substrates. The Thin Films were characterized by X-ray diffraction and energy dispersive X-ray analysis. The Cd x Zn 1− x S Films were polycrystalline and cubic (111) or hexagonal (002) oriented. The cation/anion ratios were 1 : 1. In XRD, the CdS/ZnS multilayer samples showed not only reflections of CdS, ZnS, but also Cd x Zn 1− x S formed in the interface. The Cd x Zn 1− x S Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films could be tailored to a set of various composition and structure.

  • CdxZn1-xs solid solution Thin Films, CdS Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films grown by SILAR technique
    Applied Surface Science, 1998
    Co-Authors: Mika P. Valkonen, Seppo Lindroos, Markku Leskelä
    Abstract:

    CdxZn1-xS solid solution Thin Films were grown by successive ionic layer adsorption and reaction (SILAR) technique on soda lime glass, ITO-covered glass and polymer substrates. In addition, CdS Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films were deposited on polymer substrates. The Thin Films were characterized by X-ray diffraction and energy dispersive X-ray analysis. The CdxZn1-xS Films were polycrystalline and cubic (111) or hexagonal (002) oriented. The cation/anion ratios were 1:1. In XRD, the CdS/ZnS multilayer samples showed not only reflections of CdS, ZnS, but also CdxZn1-xS formed in the interface. The CdxZn1-xS Thin Films and CdS/ZnS multilayer Thin Films could be tailored to a set of various composition and structure. © 1998 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.