Multistage Logic Platforms
Start date: Oct 1, 2012,
End date: Sep 30, 2016
Microfluidic technologies offer significant advantages in crystal growth design and guided assembly when compared to conventional synthetic methods. For this reason, the motivation of the present project will be leaded to construct microfluidic platforms, hereafter called Multistage Logic Platforms (MuLoPla), where site-specific crystal growth, different patterns, and multiple template assemblies can be feasible in a single chip and on a surface. Among others, charge transfer complexes, charge transfer salts, and metal-organic frameworks will be the scope of the present project due to their broad interest in areas comprehending chemistry, nanotechnology, materials science, and physics communities. Furthermore, a premise of the proposed project will not just be a localized crystallization of functional materials, but their integration to read out components (i.e. electrodes) will be envisioned in a single MuLoPla.
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