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Self-assembled mesoscopic surface domains of fluorocarbon-hydrocarbon diblocks can form at zero surface pressure: tilting of solid-like hydrocarbon moieties compensates for cross-section mismatch with fluorocarbon moieties

Self-assembled mesoscopic surface domains of fluorocarbon-hydrocarbon diblocks can form at zero surface pressure: tilting of solid-like hydrocarbon moieties compensates for cross-section mismatch with fluorocarbon moieties
Marie Pierre Krafft, Xianhe Liu, Christian Schwieger
Surface domains of C8F17C16H33 exist at zero surface pressure with solid-like alkyl chains stretched in an all-trans configuration, shown using IRRAS.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CP/~3/tTcwG-kMl1g/C7CP02432K

DOI: 2017/CP/C7CP02432K

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