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Figure 1: LM images of samples deposited during 4 hours on differently functionalized surfaces, (a) without SAM, (b) with sulfo SAM, (c) with mercapto SAM and (d) deposited on mercapto SAM and calcined after film deposition. ). e. 6 nm). Figure 3: AFM image of as-deposited film grown on silicon wafer with SH-SAM. 4 nm). According to AFM measurements the thickness of these film (Fig. 3) on the mercapto-functionalized surface is comparable to that of unfunctionalized (Fig. 2) or sulfo-functionalized wafers.
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13 From these measurements it can be assumed, that the ZnO/copolymer particles are slightly negatively charged in the film deposition experiments. Figure 4: Zeta potential of ZnO in water as a function of pH. Operational pH was controlled by addition of KOH (rhombs) or PMAA-graft-PEO copolymer (squares). The pH regime of the film deposition is indicated by the hatched area. CONCLUSIONS The groups of De Guire and Sukenik investigated the deposition of titania films by LPD on a variety of substrates and at various pH values.