2010 - 2007

2010

Optical micrograph of a freestanding nanosheet with Au dots that appear almost free-floating. Obviously, the integrity of the nanosheet is not destroyed during the lithographic patterning. Optical micrograph of a freestanding nanosheet with Au dots that appear almost free-floating. Obviously, the integrity of the nanosheet is not destroyed during the lithographic patterning. Image: American Insitute of Physics: Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B

A. Beyer, A. Turchanin, Ch. T. Nottbohm, N. Mellech, M. Schnietz, A. Gölzhäuser
Fabrication of metal patterns on freestanding graphenoid nanomembranes
JOURNAL OF VACUUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY B, 2010, 28, C6D5
DOI: 10.1116/1.3511475

Structue of thene nanometer thick membrane with different functional groups on each side was fabricated from self‐assembled monolayers of aromatic molecules. The amino side of this Janus membrane was modified with tetramethylrhodamine (TMR) fluorescent dye, and the thiol side with ATTO647N. A fluorescence micrograph is seen to the right. Structue of thene nanometer thick membrane with different functional groups on each side was fabricated from self‐assembled monolayers of aromatic molecules. The amino side of this Janus membrane was modified with tetramethylrhodamine (TMR) fluorescent dye, and the thiol side with ATTO647N. A fluorescence micrograph is seen to the right. Image: Wiley-VCH: Angewandte Chemie

Zh. Zheng, Ch. T. Nottbohm, A. Turchanin, H. Muzik, A. Beyer, M. Heilemann, M. Sauer, A. Gölzhäuser
Janus Nanomembranes: A Generic Platform for Chemistry in Two Dimensions
ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 2010, 49, 8493-8497
DOI: 10.1002/anie.201004053

see also:
Zh. Zheng, Ch. T. Nottbohm, A. Turchanin, H. Muzik, A. Beyer, M. Heilemann, M. Sauer, A. Gölzhäuser
Janus-Nanomembranen: eine allgemein einsetzbare Basis für Chemie in zwei Dimensionen
ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE2010, 122, 8671-8675
DOI: 10.1002/ange.201004053

SPR characterization of the protein resistance of VDand SM C11EG3OH SAMs. SPR characterization of the protein resistance of VDand SM C11EG3OH SAMs. Image: American Institute of Physics: Biointerphases

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L. Kankate, H. Gromann, U. Werner, R. Tampé, A. Turchanin, A. Gölzhäuser
Protein resistant oligo(ethylene glycol)Terminated self-assembled monolayers of thiols on gold by vapor deposition in vacuum
BIOINTERPHASES, 2010, 5, 30-36
DOI: 10.1116/1.3407483

2009

(a) Schematic representation of the fabrication of nanosheets and their transfer onto arbitrary substrates. A self-assembled monolayer of BPT is cross-linked by electron irradiation (1). The resulting nanosheet can be released from the substrate (2) and transferred to solid substrates (3) or over the openings of a grid (4). (b) Optical micrograph of a large piece of nanosheet transferred onto a Si wafer containing a 300nm thick layer of native SiO2. (c) Nanosheet spanned over the openings of a TEM grid. (d) AFM image of the edges of a transferred nanosheet, the corresponding line scan shows a sheet thickness of ∼1nm. (a) Schematic representation of the fabrication of nanosheets and their transfer onto arbitrary substrates. A self-assembled monolayer of BPT is cross-linked by electron irradiation (1). The resulting nanosheet can be released from the substrate (2) and transferred to solid substrates (3) or over the openings of a grid (4). (b) Optical micrograph of a large piece of nanosheet transferred onto a Si wafer containing a 300nm thick layer of native SiO2. (c) Nanosheet spanned over the openings of a TEM grid. (d) AFM image of the edges of a transferred nanosheet, the corresponding line scan shows a sheet thickness of ∼1nm. Image: American Institute of Physics: Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B

C.T. Nottbohm, A. Turchanin, A. Beyer, A. Gölzhäuser
Direct e-beam writing of 1 nm thin carbon nanoribbons
JOURNAL OF VACUUM SOCIETY & TECHNOLOGY B, 2009, 27, 3059-3062
DOI: 10.1116/1.3253536

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M. Schnietz, A. Turchanin, Ch. T. Nottbohm, A. Beyer, H. H. Solak, P. Hinze, Th. Weimann, A. Gölzhäuser
Chemically functionalized carbon nanosieves with 1 nm thickness
SMALL 2009, 2651-2655
DOI: 10.1002/smll.200901283

Schematic representation of the vapor deposition of NPT Schematic representation of the vapor deposition of NPT Image: ACS Publications: Langmuir

L. Kankate, A. Turchanin, A. Gölzhäuser
On the release of hydrogen from the S-H groups in the formation of self-assembled monolayers of thiols
LANGMUIR, 2009, 25, 10435-10438
DOI: 10.1021/la902168u

Illustration of the molecular mechanisms of electron beam induced crosslinking. Illustration of the molecular mechanisms of electron beam induced crosslinking. Image: ACS Publications: Langmuir

A. Turchanin, D. Käfer, M. El-Desawy, Ch. Wöll, G. Witte, A. Gölzhäuser
Molecular mechanisms of electron-induced cross-linking in aromatic SAMs
LANGMUIR, 2009, 25, 7342
DOI: 10.1021/la803538z

V. Auzelyte, C. Dais, P. Farquet, D. Grützmacher, L. Heyderman, F. Luo, S. Olliges, C. Padeste, P. K. Sahoo, T. Thomson, A. Turchanin, C. David, H. H. Solak
Extreme Ultraviolet Interference Lithography at the Paul Scherrer Institute.
JOURNAL OF MICRO/NANOLITHOGRAPHY, MEMS AND MOEMS, 2009, 8, 021204
DOI: 10.1117/1.3116559

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A. Turchanin, A. Beyer, Ch. T. Nottbohm, X. Zhang, R. Stosch, A. Sologubenko, J. Mayer, P. Hinze, T. Weimann, A. Gölzhäuser
One nanometer thin carbon nanosheets with tunable conductivity and stiffness.
ADVANCED MATERIALS 2009, 21, 1233-1237
DOI: 10.1002/adma.200803078

see also:
Materials Views, May (2009) A5, Tunable Carbon Nanosheets.

2008

upper: Normalized density of occupied states for Co2MnSi (CMS), Co2Mn0.5Fe0.5Si (CMFS), and Co2FeSi (CFS). lower:  Normalized XPS valence band spectra of optimally annealed CMS and CMFS single layer electrodes as well as [CMS/CFS]x10 multilayer electrodes upper: Normalized density of occupied states for Co2MnSi (CMS), Co2Mn0.5Fe0.5Si (CMFS), and Co2FeSi (CFS). lower: Normalized XPS valence band spectra of optimally annealed CMS and CMFS single layer electrodes as well as [CMS/CFS]x10 multilayer electrodes Image: American Institute of Physics: Journal of Applied Physics

J. Schmalhorst, D. Ebke, A. Weddemann, A. Hütten, A. Thomas, G. Reiss, A. Turchanin, A. Gölzhäuser, B. Balke, C. Felser
On the Influence of bandstructure on transport properties of magnetic tunnel junctions with Co2Mn1-xFexSi single and multilayer electrode
JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 2008, 104, 043918
DOI: 10.1063/1.2973664

(a,b) AFM images of the uncatalysed electroless deposition of copper on a patterned NBPT SAM. (c) Cross-linked SAM supresses the deposition of copper. (d) Complexation of a palladium catalyst leads to formation of copper clusters (a,b) AFM images of the uncatalysed electroless deposition of copper on a patterned NBPT SAM. (c) Cross-linked SAM supresses the deposition of copper. (d) Complexation of a palladium catalyst leads to formation of copper clusters Image: De Gruyter: Zeitschrift Physikalische Chemie

C. T. Nottbohm, A. Turchanin, A. Gölzhäuser
Metallization of organic monolayers: Electroless deposition of Cu onto cross-linked aromatic self-assembled monolayers
ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE, 2008, 222, 917-926
DOI: 10.1524/zpch.2008.6015

Controlled immobiliza- tion of His-tagged protein complexes (here: proteasome) in end-on orientation onto a CNM. Controlled immobiliza- tion of His-tagged protein complexes (here: proteasome) in end-on orientation onto a CNM. Image: Wiley-VCH: Advanced Materials

A. Turchanin, A. Tinazli, M. El-Desawy, H. Großmann, M. Schnietz, H. H. Solak, R. Tampé, A. Gölzhäuser
Molecular self-assembly, chemical lithography and biochemical tweezers: a path for the fabrication of functional nanoscale protein arrays
ADVANCED MATERIALS, 2008, 20, 471-477
DOI: 10.1002/adma.200702189

2007

Representation of a NBPT SAM on a Au surface, EUV‐IL induced patterning of the monolayer, and exchange of the pristine areas against a protein‐repellent polyethylene glycol SAM (PEG). Representation of a NBPT SAM on a Au surface, EUV‐IL induced patterning of the monolayer, and exchange of the pristine areas against a protein‐repellent polyethylene glycol SAM (PEG). Image: Wiley-VCH: Small

A. Turchanin, M. Schnietz, M. El-Desawy, H. H. Solak, C. David, A. Gölzhäuser
Fabrication of molecular nanotemplates in self-assembled monolayers by extreme ultraviolet induced chemical lithography
SMALL, 2007, 3, 2114-2119
DOI: 10.1002/smll.200700516

M. Schnietz, A. Turchanin
Functional biochips for proteomics research
PAUL SCHERRER INSTITUTE SCIENTIFIC REPORT TO SLS PROPOSAL
No. 200704402007, September

Pulsed-spray evaporation chemical vapor deposition was investigated for the growth of cobalt-based films from alcohol precursor solutions. The choice of alcohol determines the range of the growth temperature and the nature of the grown phase. Pulsed-spray evaporation chemical vapor deposition was investigated for the growth of cobalt-based films from alcohol precursor solutions. The choice of alcohol determines the range of the growth temperature and the nature of the grown phase. Image: ACS Publications: Chemistry of Materials

P.A. Premkumar, A. Turchanin, N. Bahlawane
Effect of solvent on the growth of Co and Co2C using pulsed-spray evaporation chemical vapor deposition
CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 2007, 19, 6206-6211
DOI: 10.1021/cm701957s

Schematic representation of (a) biphenylthiol SAM (BPT), (b) e-beam induced cross-linking, and [(c) and (d)] temperature induced changes in pristine and e-beam cross-linked SAMs. Schematic representation of (a) biphenylthiol SAM (BPT), (b) e-beam induced cross-linking, and [(c) and (d)] temperature induced changes in pristine and e-beam cross-linked SAMs. Image: American Institute of Physics: Applied Physics Letters

Turchanin, A.; El-Desawy, M.; Gölzhäuser
High thermal stability of cross-linked aromatic self-assembled monolayers: Nanopatterning via selective thermal desorption
APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 2007, 90, 053102
DOI: 10.1063/1.2437091

see also:

Modifying Monolayers
NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY, Research Highlights,
2007, 3, 132.

Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology (2007) Vol. 15, Iss. 6

alence band spectra of the disordered and ordered samples “CMS100ag” and “CMS100,” respectively. alence band spectra of the disordered and ordered samples “CMS100ag” and “CMS100,” respectively. Image: American Physical Society: Physical Review B

Schmalhorst, J.; Thomas, A.; Kämmerer, S.; Schebaum, O.; Ebke, D.; Sacher, M. D.; Reiss, G.; Hütten, A.; Turchanin, A.; Gölzhäuser, A.; Arenholz, E.
Transport properties of magnetic tunnel junctions with Co2MnSi electrodes: The influence of temperature-dependent interface magnetization and electronic band structure
PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 2007, 75, 014403
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.75.014403


see also:

Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology (2007) Vol. 15, Iss. 3.