Inkjet Printing Based Layer-by-Layer Assembly Capable of Composite Patterning of Multilayered Nanofilms

Moonhyun Choi, Jiwoong Heo, Daheui Choi, Sunghee Hwangbo, Jinkee Hong

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Abstract

Surface modification involves developing a versatile thin film by combining the physical, chemical, or biological characteristics of the functional materials and can facilitate controlling material for desirable aims. Layer-by-layer (LbL) assembly can be used to create materials with controlled thicknesses and morphologies, diverse functionalities, and unique structures on any surface. However, despite the advantages of the LbL fabrication technique, there are limits to its application because it is a time-consuming process and has difficulty controlling the shape of nanofilms. In addition, controlling the lateral organization is difficult because the preparation methods are based on one-pot self-assembly. In this study, a multilayered fabrication system is developed for the high-throughput LbL assembly of nanofilms through inkjet printing. With various types of materials from synthetic polymer to graphene oxide to natural polymer and protein, the approach can tune the preparation of nanoscale multilayers with desired structures and shapes for specific applications on various substrates, including a silicon wafer, quartz glass, and cellulose-based paper.

Original languageEnglish
Article number1700332
JournalMacromolecular Materials and Engineering
Volume302
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017 Dec 1

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Composite materials
Natural polymers
Fabrication
Quartz
Functional materials
Graphite
Silicon wafers
Cellulose
Self assembly
Oxides
Graphene
Surface treatment
Polymers
Multilayers
Throughput
Proteins
Glass
Thin films
Substrates

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  • Chemical Engineering(all)
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Polymers and Plastics
  • Materials Chemistry

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Inkjet Printing Based Layer-by-Layer Assembly Capable of Composite Patterning of Multilayered Nanofilms. / Choi, Moonhyun; Heo, Jiwoong; Choi, Daheui; Hwangbo, Sunghee; Hong, Jinkee.

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