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== Overview ==
 
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Tetramethoxysilane vapor is used alternately with ammonia vapor as a catalyst to grow uniform silica multilayers onto hydrophilic surfaces at ambient conditions.
  
 
== Results and Discussion ==
 
== Results and Discussion ==
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Revision as of 02:57, 30 November 2010

Birgit Hausmann

Reference

B. Hatton et. al. "Low-temperature synthesis of nanoscale silica multilayers – atomic layer deposition in a test tube”, J. Mater. Chem., (20) 6009–6013 2010

Keywords

Atomic layer deposition, silica multilayer

Overview

Tetramethoxysilane vapor is used alternately with ammonia vapor as a catalyst to grow uniform silica multilayers onto hydrophilic surfaces at ambient conditions.

Results and Discussion

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