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Gold coated glass cover slip

99.999% (Au), diam. × thickness 15 mm × 130-170 μm, layer thickness 100 Å

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Related Categories Electronic Materials, Gold Coated Substrates, Gold Surfaces and Sources, Materials Science, Micro/NanoElectronics,
InChI Key   PCHJSUWPFVWCPO-UHFFFAOYSA-N
assay   99.99% (Ti)
  99.999% (Au)
diam. × thickness   15 mm × 130-170 μm
layer thickness   100 Å
refractive index   n20/589.3 1.523
matrix attachment   Titanium, as adhesion layer used to bind the gold to the borosilicate glass cover slip

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Features and Benefits

Corning® 0211 zinc titania glass, a particular formulation of borosilicate glass that lends itself very well to being sliced into thin pieces.

The gold surface is highly polycrystalline but shows a tendency towards <111> orientation.

Other Notes

Titanium adhesion layer used to bind the gold to a borosilicate glass cover slip.

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Corning is a registered trademark of Corning, Inc.

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Displaceable Monolayers and Microdisplacement Printing: 1-Adamantanethiol Assembly and Applications

Self-assembly techniques at the supramolecular 1–100 nm scale have been extensively studied for applications ranging from biocompatible systems to microelectronics.1, 2 As the dimensions of patterned...
Thomas J. Mullen, J. Nathan Hohman, Dr. Arrelaine A. Dameron, Jennifer R. Hampton, Susan D. Gillmor, Prof. Paul S. Weiss
Material Matters 2006, 1.2, 8.
Keywords: Adsorption, Applications, Degradations, Deposition, Diffusion, Material Matters, Microelectronics, Microscopy, Nanotechnology, Semiconductor, Separation, Support, Type

Synthesis of Melting Gels Using Mono-Substituted and Di-Substituted Alkoxysiloxanes

Hybrid organic-inorganic sol-gel materials containing silica were first called “ORMOSILs” in 1984.1 Since then, the number of hybrid organicinorganic combinations has increased rapidly.2 Hybrid mater...
Lisa C. Klein and Andrei Jitianu
Material Matters, Volume 7, Number 2, 8–14
Keywords: Absorption, Adhesion, Calorimetry, Combustion, Condensations, Deposition, Exothermic, Filtration, Materials Science, Melting, Oxidations, Polymerization reactions, Purification, Semiconductor, Sol-gel, Solar cells, Solvents, Spin coating, Substitutions, Thermal analysis

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