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Home Material Sciences Polymer, Dye And Organic-Inorganic Nanocomposite Film Vacuum Technologies

Polymer, Dye And Organic-Inorganic Nanocomposite Film Vacuum Technologies


25 years experience in all chain necessary for developments: compound modeling, design and synthesis, thermal, electron gun, laser, plasma, CVD and combinations of that technologies in one run for production of nano-composite films, film characterization in situ by optical spectroscopy, than by AFM, TEM, X-Ray, modeling of nano-composite properties, sensor, electric etc. properties measurements.

  1. Deposition technologies for Teflon (PTFE), polyparaphenylene sulfide (PPS) and Parylene polymer films. Experimental installations exist. Polymer films can be used for low-k dielectric, barrier and protective layers in OLED, OFET, FPD, medicine.
  2. Synthesis and deposition technology of new asymmetric evaporable dyes. Co-polymerisable in vacuum dyes. Linear and plane evaporators.
  3. Metal(oxide)-dye-polymer nanocomposite films. Materials and deposition technologies.
  4. Multi-layered systems.
  5. Waveguide optical sensor, as well electrical.

Innovative Aspect and Main Advantages

Most robust insoluble polymers for aggressive environment. Dye synthesis taking into account deposition technology as well. No liquid during deposition of multi-layered systems. Combination of different kinds of materials in one nanocomposite film with new properties. Easy production of gradient films. Standard base industrial vacuum equipment.

Areas of Application

PTFE deposition technology are or great importance as the best low-k dielectric for the next generation of microchips. PTFE films filled with metal and dye nano-clusters can find applications in chemical catalysis, biochips, photonics devices. PTFE, PPX and PPS can be used in waveguide as materials with low and high refractive indices. Filled with asymmetric nonlinear or sensor dyes polymer waveguides are able to execute active functions in integrated-optic devices.

We offer PPX monomer generation installations at small sum, than. The evaporation of dye and polymer need special evaporation devices, which can not be copied from ones existing for inorganic materials. The control devices also have to be special. We have some previous developments for these problems. US Consortium for FPD spent $300,000.00 to resolve the problems, but they still far from the optimal.

Organic functional materials are developed for organic electronics and photonics. The market of OLED, FPD, OFET and photovoltaic devices to be billions dollars in close time.

We consider our developments as ready for presentation for farther development of technologies and installations on industrial level.

Fig. 1 Scheme of deposition installation and SHG signal from dye-in-polymer film.

Fig. 2 Plasmon band change during deposition and TEM image of Au-filled nanocomposite
polymer films.

Fig. 3 New evaporable asymmetric dyes.

Stage of Development

Polymer, dye and nanocomposite film deposition technologies and installations on R&D level. New dyes development and synthesis on scientific level. New materials and technologies for OLED and nano-photonics on scientific level.

Contact Details

Contact person: Konstantin Grytsenko
Institute of Semiconductor Physics
Address: 45 pr. Nauki, Kyiv 03028, Ukraine
Tel: +38044 525-9706
Fax: +38044 525-5530
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