Polymer Surfaces in Motion Unconventional Patterning Methods

Pattern formation is a fascinating and challenging aspect in polymer science. This book describes a number of unconventional approaches developed to control the morphology of polymer surfaces and materials, from random or simple patterns to complex structures. Specialists provide an up-to-date and c...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Rodríguez-Hernández, Juan (Editor), Drummond, Carlos (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cham Springer International Publishing 2015, 2015
Edition:1st ed. 2015
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505 0 |a Conditions for the transcription of surface patterns into three-dimensional morphologies via rim instabilities in the course of dewetting -- Directing Convection to Pattern Thin Polymer Films: Coffee Rings -- Nanopatterns produced by directed self-assembly in block copolymer thin films -- Nanostructured interfaces by surface segregation of block copolymers -- Template Guided Structuration of Polymer Films -- Electrohydrodynamic Lithography of Functional Soft Materials for Advanced Applications -- Elastic Instability and Surface Wrinkling -- Reaction-Diffusion Dynamics Induced Surface Instabilities -- Breath Figures: fabrication of honeycomb porous films induced by Marangoni instabilities -- Spontaneous Structuration of Hydrophobic Polymer Surfaces in Contact with Salt Solutions -- Nanobubble-Assisted Nanopatterning -- Future trends of unconventional methods in polymer surface patterning 
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520 |a Pattern formation is a fascinating and challenging aspect in polymer science. This book describes a number of unconventional approaches developed to control the morphology of polymer surfaces and materials, from random or simple patterns to complex structures. Specialists provide an up-to-date and complete overview of each technique in their respective field