Structure and optical properties of thin poly(p-xylylene) - Silver nanocomposite films prepared by low-temperature vapor deposition polymerizationстатья

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[1] Structure and optical properties of thin poly(p-xylylene) - silver nanocomposite films prepared by low-temperature vapor deposition polymerization / D. R. Streltsov, K. A. Mailyan, A. V. Gusev et al. // Polymer. — 2015. — Vol. 71. — P. 60–69. In this study, variable-temperature grazing-incidence X-ray diffraction, transmission electron and scanning force microscopy were employed to address the semicrystalline structure and surface morphology of thin poly(p-xylylene) - silver nanocomposite films with Ag concentrations up to 12 vol.%. It was observed that the dominant crystalline modification of poly(p-xylylene) in the studied films is alpha-form, which is in contrast to thick poly(p-xylylene) films deposited at liquid nitrogen temperature where beta-form prevails. The films exhibit planar texture that can be further enhanced on annealing. The optical properties of the films were studied by UV-vis and IR-spectroscopy. It was found that the samples display surface plasmon resonance, with the peak wavelength in the range of 435-445 nm. The peak positions undergo a redshift upon a long-term storage under ambient conditions. The IR-spectroscopy reveals the bands, which can be assigned to the vibrations of oxygen-containing groups, with intensity increasing with silver content. (C) 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. [ DOI ]

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