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Robust Sub-10 nm Pattern of Standing Sugar Cylinders via Rapid “Microwave Cooking”

Abstract : Block copolymer self-assembly is a widely used technique for obtaining many interesting nanostructures. Development of efficient and rapid processes for driving block copolymer selfassembly has remained a challenge. Microwave heating has attracted much attention in bioenergy production and food industry due to the advantages associated with dielectric heating effects. We report here a simple method (like microwave cooking) of microwave-heatinginduced microphase separation of a carbohydrate-based block copolymer, maltoheptaose-block
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Yingjie Liao, Kangping Liu, Wen-Chang Chen, Bin Wei, Redouane Borsali. Robust Sub-10 nm Pattern of Standing Sugar Cylinders via Rapid “Microwave Cooking”. Macromolecules, American Chemical Society, 2019, 52 (22), pp.8751-8758. ⟨10.1021/acs.macromol.9b01513⟩. ⟨hal-02954578⟩

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