This paper describes the use of microcontact printing (\mu CP) for patterning of self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) of (3-aminopropyl)-triethoxysilane (APTES) and octadecyltrichloro silane (OTS) on the surface of glass and functionalization of alkylsilane monolayers. After activation of the glass surface, which was patterned with OTS using a poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) stamp, the remaining bars of the surfaces were treated with APTES and then treated with a dye solution. The characterization of printed silane compounds was confirmed using fluorescence microscopy on the basis of the reaction between terminal amine groups of APTES and thionylchloride of Rhodamine-B dye. Quantitative 3-dimensional profiling was performed for the whole modification process by converting of microscopic images to numerical dimensions.
Microcontact printing, self-assembled monolayer, alkylsilane, modification
ARSLAN, GÜLŞİN; ÖZMEN, MUSTAFA; HATAY, İMREN; GÜBBÜK, İLKAY HİLAL; and ERSÖZ, MUSTAFA (2008) "Microcontact Printing of an Alkylsilane Monolayer on the Surface of Glass," Turkish Journal of Chemistry: Vol. 32: No. 3, Article 5. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/chem/vol32/iss3/5