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Fabrication of dialkyldimethylammonium/vanadium oxide gel hybrid Langmuir–Blodgett membranes

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A hybrid Langmuir–Blodgett (LB) membrane of dialkyldimethylammonium (DCnA, n = 12–18) and vanadium oxide gel was fabricated by compressing a DCn A monolayer on an aqueous vanadium oxide solution. The vanadium oxide gel effectively aggregated in situ as a monolayer on the LB trough and stabilized the ammonium monolayer by electrostatic interaction. The hybrid LB monolayer, transferred onto a silicon wafer, had a smooth surface, with less than 1-nm roughness over a 1 μm × 1 μm square area. Multilayered membranes, prepared by repeated transfer of monolayers, showed sharp XRD patterns, assigned as an ordered bilayer-type structure with 2.9–4.8 nm thickness.

10.1163/156856707779160825
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2017-08-16

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