Self Assembled Monolayers SAMs


Self Assembled Monolayers SAMs

A group 4 those working with SAMs

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Latest Activity: Apr 18, 2013

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How do you clean your Gold Substrate (or other metal) and glassware before making your SAM?

Started by Scott Charlesworth. Last reply by M. Bagherzadeh Jan 6, 2010. 1 Reply

It has come to my attention that people I know use different methods to clean their Gold substrates and glassware. ...Question is how do you clean yours...?Au cleaning1. immerse Au in COLD and FRESH…Continue

Tags: protocol, glassware, SAM, gold, cleaning

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Comment by Scott Charlesworth on January 5, 2010 at 7:32pm
Hi everyone Thanks for joining this group. Would be great if we could all write what systems, substrates and surfactant type we are using

My substrate is Gold (10, 30 and 100nm). I use azobenzene based surfactants with both alkyl and glycol backbones and I have used both disulphide's and thiols as anchor groups...

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Comment by Shashi Nayal Rautela on December 22, 2009 at 4:48am
hi, I am working with SAMs using gold nanoparticles.

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