Self-Assembled Organic Thin Films as Recognition Elements in Chemical Sensors

Martin Albers, Inger Vikholm-Lundin, Kirsi Tappura, Mikko Karttunen, M. Romero-Guerra, I. Chianella, T. Vilkman

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Abstract

The formation of self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) of organic substances onto inorganic surfaces has been in-tensively investigated since the 1980's. SAMs have found applications in various fields, such as chemical sensors (electrochemical, surface acoustic and optical), surface engineering (wettability, friction, corrosion protection, pas-sivation), construction of conductive and electro-active coatings, and study of optical phenomena (such as second harmonic generation). Recent work by VTT has focussed on three industrial application areas of SAMs: (1) elec-tron-conductive coatings and materials, (2) self-assembled polymerisation initiators and (3) molecularly imprinted SAMs. Molecular imprinted coatings have emerged as a new alternative technique for making biorecognition sur-faces, which does not rely on biological receptors. Some strategies to make imprinted molecular receptor layers onto acoustic sensors were presented.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropean Coatings Conference "Smart Coatings IV" : Berlin, Germany, June 9th - 10th 2005
Publication statusPublished - 2005
MoE publication typeB3 Non-refereed article in conference proceedings
EventEuropean Coating Conference "Smart Coatings IV" - Berlin, Germany
Duration: 9 Jun 200510 Jun 2005

Conference

ConferenceEuropean Coating Conference "Smart Coatings IV"
CountryGermany
CityBerlin
Period9/06/0510/06/05

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Self assembled monolayers
Chemical sensors
Thin films
Coatings
Acoustics
Corrosion protection
Harmonic generation
Industrial applications
Wetting
Polymerization
Friction
Sensors

Keywords

  • self-assembly
  • electronics materials
  • polymerisation initiators
  • immunosensors
  • molecular imprinting

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Albers, M., Vikholm-Lundin, I., Tappura, K., Karttunen, M., Romero-Guerra, M., Chianella, I., & Vilkman, T. (2005). Self-Assembled Organic Thin Films as Recognition Elements in Chemical Sensors. In European Coatings Conference "Smart Coatings IV" : Berlin, Germany, June 9th - 10th 2005
Albers, Martin ; Vikholm-Lundin, Inger ; Tappura, Kirsi ; Karttunen, Mikko ; Romero-Guerra, M. ; Chianella, I. ; Vilkman, T. / Self-Assembled Organic Thin Films as Recognition Elements in Chemical Sensors. European Coatings Conference "Smart Coatings IV" : Berlin, Germany, June 9th - 10th 2005 . 2005.
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Self-Assembled Organic Thin Films as Recognition Elements in Chemical Sensors. / Albers, Martin; Vikholm-Lundin, Inger; Tappura, Kirsi; Karttunen, Mikko; Romero-Guerra, M.; Chianella, I.; Vilkman, T.

European Coatings Conference "Smart Coatings IV" : Berlin, Germany, June 9th - 10th 2005 . 2005.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientific

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