Autores: Zimmerman, L.B.|Rauscher, M.D.|Ellis, J.|Boukany, P.|Lee, J.L.
We have combined self-assembled ceramic nanoislands with nanoimprinting to demonstrate a novel, simple, low-cost method for polymer surface patterning. The nanoislands are easy to make and inexpensive, and can produce different distinct island morphologies. With a similar stiffness to steel, the nanoislands have superior durability to silicon, glass, polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS), and other common nanoimprinting materials. The nanoislands are stable up to 1000 °C and resist acids, bases, and solvents. We have demonstrated nanoimprinting with PDMS, ethyleneglycol dimethacrylate, and polystyrene polymers. The combination of desirable properties, ease of making, and low cost suggests a useful nanopatterning platform for a wide array of research fields.
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