Adjusting hydrophobic and hydrophilic properties by ALD and MLD

Matti Putkonen, Erkki Salo, Mika Vähä-Nissi, Jenni Sievänen, Eija Kenttä, Asko Sneck, J. Nikkola, Lasse Makkonen, L.-S. Johansson, J. Niinistö, Ali Harlin, T. Sajavaara

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Abstract

Possibility to control the adhesion properties is important in various industrial applications. Since the topmost surface layers have the greatest role in adhesion thus making surface-controlled atomic layer deposition (ALD) reactions appealing method for tailoring surface adhesion properties. In this presentation we show that ALD and molecular-layer-deposition (MLD) can be used to adjust wetting characteristics of polymers and metals. Recently we have been modifying surface properties for various applica-tions including ink-jet printed films, adhesion promoting layers for extrusion coatings and anti-ice coatings. In addition to conventional inorganic metal oxides, such as Al2O3, we have tested also inorganic-organic hybrid MLD materials. Various tools, such as XPS, FT-IR and TOF-ERDA, were used to characterize these films, and wetting behavior was determined using contact angles measurements with the sessile drop method
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBALD2014 Abstract book
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Event12th International Baltic Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition, Baltic ALD 2014 - Helsinki, Finland
Duration: 12 May 201413 May 2014
Conference number: 12
http://www.aldcoe.fi/bald2014/program.pdf (Program)
http://www.aldcoe.fi/bald2014/posters.pdf (Posters)

Conference

Conference12th International Baltic Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition, Baltic ALD 2014
Abbreviated titleBaltic ALD 2014
CountryFinland
CityHelsinki
Period12/05/1413/05/14
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Keywords

  • thin films
  • ALD
  • surface chemistry

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    Putkonen, M., Salo, E., Vähä-Nissi, M., Sievänen, J., Kenttä, E., Sneck, A., Nikkola, J., Makkonen, L., Johansson, L-S., Niinistö, J., Harlin, A., & Sajavaara, T. (2014). Adjusting hydrophobic and hydrophilic properties by ALD and MLD. In BALD2014 Abstract book