Journal or Book Title
Block copolymers (BCPs) have been known for decades to offer an easily tunable method for producing self-assembled structures with length scales on the order of nanometers. More recently, the community has shown significant interest in exploiting the properties of BCP self-assembly to tailor the spatial and orientational distribution of nanoscale filler materials, with targeted applications ranging from high-density storage devices, to organic electronics, to optical devices, and to separation devices/catalytic membranes.
American Chemical Society
Behling, Ross Eric; Wolf, Lynn M.; and Cochran, Eric W., "Hierarchically Ordered Montmorillonite Block Copolymer Brushes" (2010). Chemical and Biological Engineering Publications. 35.