ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF SELF-ORGANIZED CRYSTAL STRUCTURES AS NOVEL MATERIALS FOR SENSOR MESOFLUIDIC CHIPS BASED ON LAYER-BY-LAYER GROWTH AND THEIR MICROCRYSTALLOMORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS
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Gradov Oleg Valeryevich research fellow, Photobionics Laboratory (0412), Department of Dynamics of Biological and Chemical Processes; senior researcher / senior research fellow, Laboratory of Biological Effects of Nanostructures (005)
N.N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences; V.L. Talrose Institute for Energy Problems of Chemical Physics (Russian Academy of Sciences) Gradova Margaret Alekseevna starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik, laboratoriya fotobioniki (0412), otdel dinamiki himicheskih i biologicheskih processov
N.N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences
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Abstract:
Here we propose a novel approach towards lab-on-a-chip manufacturing combining synthesis of the chip material with its geometry formation controlled by the physical and chemical properties of its material, which are in these manufacturing conditions inseparable from its particular geometry arising from the principles of crystallography and microcrystallomorphological analysis. In this case, the problems of the chip assembly are replaced by the problems of the layered coating growth on the substrate, while the multilayer material formation provides the programmable variation of the resulting chip properties determined by the number and geometry of the converter layers. The chip / surface geometry is optimized by the free energy minimization in the course of conservative layer-by-layer (LBL) self-assembly process.
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Gradov O.V., Gradova M.A., (2018), ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF SELF-ORGANIZED CRYSTAL STRUCTURES AS NOVEL MATERIALS FOR SENSOR MESOFLUIDIC CHIPS BASED ON LAYER-BY-LAYER GROWTH AND THEIR MICROCRYSTALLOMORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS. Computational Nanotechnology, 1 => 172-174.
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Keywords:
additive technologies, lab-on-a-chip manufacturing, layer-by-layer growth, conservative self-organization, soft matter mesofluidic chips, dissipative self-assembly.


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