Direct Patterning of Organic Functional Polymers through Conventional Photolithography and Noninvasive Cross-Link Agents

SQUILLACI, Marco, QUI, Feng, ALIPRANDI, Alessandro, ZHANG, Fan, FENG, Xinliang et SAMORI, Paolo, 2016. Direct Patterning of Organic Functional Polymers through Conventional Photolithography and Noninvasive Cross-Link Agents. Advanced Materials [en ligne]. 6 mai 2016. [Consultésans date]. DOI 10.1002/adma.201600329. Consulté de : http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/wol1/doi/10.1002/adma.201600329/fullA new technique for direct patterning of functional organic polymers using commercial photolithography setups with a minimal loss of the materials' performances is reported. This result is achieved through novel cross-link agents made by boron- and fluorine-containing heterocycles that can react between themselves upon UV- and white-light exposure.1. .