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A s shown in Figure 7, in reduced units of (A ^-A )/(A -A ) versus (t-t )/r, the hole drainage profiles collapse onto the universal exponential curve given above. Figure 7 contains Γ and h data over a large range (92 < T< 135) °C and (59 < h < 86) nm, and rranges from 2100 s (high temperatures) to 113,000 s (low temperatures). This T, h superposition for dewetting rates, previously unreported, reflects variations in the film viscosity with Τ and A, and could be missed altogether by relying solely upon limited numbers of samples.
19) on a SiO /SiOH substrate (22). 1ΛΓ ( Κ χ < 28) mm and 85 °C < T< 135 °C. The images, taken 2 h after initiation of dewetting, show wetted and dewetted regimes that are visible as dark and bright regions, respectively, to the unaided eye. Repeated examination of combinatorial T-h libraries at thicknesses ranging from (16 to 90) nm indicates three distinct thickness regimes with different hole nucleation mechanisms. , dust) and grow at a rate dependent on Τ (quantification of the rate is given in Figure 7).
ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2002. 29 the synthesis steps were combinatorial, but subsequent characterization steps were noncombinatorial. One exception is the fluorescent sensor libraries prepared on fiber optic bundles, discussed above (72). In this section we describe library preparation and high-throughput screening methods for the combinatorial characterization of both thick («1 μιη to «50 μηι) and thin (< 1 μιη) polymer films and coatings. Here, the primary goal is not to produce new materials, but rather to use C M to measure relevant phase behavior, wetting, and microstructural properties over a large range of parameter combinations.