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    • Antireflective Transparent Oleophobic Surface by Non-Interacting Cavities 

      Rombaut, Juan; Abraham Maniyara, Rinu; Bellman, Robert A.; Acquard, Daniel F.; Baca, Adra S.; Osmond, Johann; Senaratne, Wageesha; Quesada, Mark Alejandro; Baker, David; Mazumder, Prantik; Pruneri, Valerio (ACS, 2018-11-16)
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      Oleophobic surfaces have been so far realized using complex micro-scale and nano-scale reentrant geometries where primary and secondary structures or overhang geometries are typically required. Here we propose a new ...
    • Direct growth of 2D and 3D graphene nano-structures over large glass substrates by tuning a sacrificial Cu-template layer 

      Marchena, Miriam; Song, Zhen; Senaratne, Wageesha; Li, Connie; Liu, Xinyuan; Baker, David; Canet Ferrer, Josep; Mazumder, Prantik; Soni, Kamal; Lee, Robert; Pruneri, Valerio (IOP, 2017-03-28)
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      We demonstrate direct growth of two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) graphene structures on glass substrates. By starting from catalytic copper nanoparticles of different densities and using chemical vapour ...
    • Dry transfer of graphene to dielectrics and flexible substrates using polyimide as a transparent and stable intermediate layer 

      Marchena, Miriam; Wagner, Frederic; Arliguie, Therese; Zhu, Bin; Johnson, Benedict; Fernández, Manuel; Chen, Tong Lai; Chang, Theresa; Lee, Robert; Pruneri, Valerio; Mazumder, Prantik (IOP, 2018-04-30)
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      We demonstrate the direct transfer of graphene from Cu foil to glass and flexible substrates such as PET, using polyimide (PI) mixed with an aminosilane (3-aminopropyltrimethoxysilane) or only PI, respectively, as intermediate ...
    • Structural Coloring of Glass Using Dewetted Nanoparticles and Ultrathin Films of Metals 

      Yu, Renwen; Mazumder, Prantik; Borrelli, Nick F.; Carrilero, Albert; Ghosh, Dhriti S.; Maniyara, Rinu A.; Baker, David; García de Abajo, Francisco Javier; Pruneri, Valerio (ACS, 2016-04-22)
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      Metal nanoparticles have been used for coloring glass since antiquity. Colors are produced by light scattering and absorption associated with plasmon resonances of the particles. Recently, dewetting at high temperature has ...