Langmuir-Blodgett Film

 

Deposited films on substrates from monolayers on water by the langmuir-Blodgett technique. Lipid phase transition Phase transition between a crystalline phase and a liquid crystalline phase.

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Ultrathin film

s (monolayers and isolated molecular layers) created by nanofabrication. An LB-film can consist of a single layer or many, up to a depth of several visible-light wavelengths. The term Langmuir-Blodgett comes from the names of a research scientist and his assistant, Irving Langmuir and Katherine Blodgett, who discovered unique properties of thin films in the early 1900s. Such films exhibit various electrochemical and photochemical properties. This has led some researchers to pursue LB-films as a possible structure for integrated circuits (ics). Ultimately, it might be possible to construct an LB-film memory chip in which each data bit is represented by a single molecule. Complex switching networks might be fabricated onto multilayer LB-films chips.

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A film of organic material (often surfactant molecules) assembled at the liquid-gas interface and subsequently transferred onto a solid substrate.

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