Institute of Functional Interfaces

Surface Patterning via Thiol-Yne Click Chemistry: an Extremely Fast and Versatile Approach to Superhydrophilic-Superhydrophobic Micropatterns

  • chair:

    Feng, W. / Li, L. / Ueda, E. / Li, J. / Heißler, S. / Welle, A. / Trapp, O. / Levkin, P. (2014)

  • place:

    Advanced Materials Interfaces (2014), 1, 7, doi 10.1002/admi.201400269

  • Date: 2014
  • Feng, W. / Li, L. / Ueda, E. / Li, J. / Heißler, S. / Welle, A. / Trapp, O. / Levkin, P. (2014): „Surface Patterning via Thiol-Yne Click Chemistry: an Extremely Fast and Versatile Approach to Superhydrophilic-Superhydrophobic Micropatterns“. In: Advanced Materials Interfaces (2014)

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An extremely fast and initiator-free approach to create superhydrophilic-superhydrophobic micropatterns via UV-induced sequential thiol-yne click chemistry is described. The photo­patterning can be performed at room temperature in a variety of solvents, including water, and can be also used for making high-density peptide or cell microarrays.