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Mar 23, 2009
J. Charlier, A. Ghorbal, F. Grisotto, S. Palacin
The development and implementation of micro- and bio-electronic devices often need the deposition of layers of organic substances on conductive or semiconducting surfaces. In that aim, surface chemical reactions (or grafting) are very effective. The miniaturization of electronic components requires the realization of a very localized grafting, at the micron and even sub-micron scale.
Sep 21, 2007
Vincent Mévellec, Sébastien Roussel, Guy Deniau, Serge Palacin
Polymer grafting on surfaces conducting electricity is one major topic of the activities of the "Laboratoire de Chimie des Surfaces et Interfaces (LCSI)" directed by Serge Palacin. Many patents deposited on the electro-grafting (eG©) process contributed to the creation 5 years ago of the first start-up resulting from the Science of Matter Division (CEA/DSM): Alchimer.


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