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The performance of highly anisotropic, nanostructured, thin-film ultrathin-layer chromatography (UTLC) media with porosity and architecture engineered using the glancing-angle deposition (GLAD) process is investigated. Anisotropic structures resembling nanoblades are fabricated on the plates,...
The detection and identification of biomarkers and metabolites in the low mass range has become prominent in clinical diagnoses, disease monitoring and for tracking drug interactions. Laser desorption/ionization techniques have been applied as a powerful tool in this field because of their speed...
Glancing angle deposition (GLAD) is a thin film fabrication technique capable of creating arrays of nanocolumns from numerous materials. Optimizing these films for applications requires an understanding of their growth, prompting research into the columns’ growth scaling behaviour. Columns are...
Sensor technologies profoundly impact all aspects of our everyday lives. Advances have led to smaller devices, faster response times, reduced costs, higher specificity and sensitivity, and even new sensing technologies. Surface acoustic wave (SAW) technology, which has been around for many...
Glancing angle deposition (GLAD) is a thin film deposition technique that utilizes oblique vapour incidence and substrate rotation to grow various nanocolumn structures. The growth of these structures is heavily influenced by the substrate temperature during deposition. Therefore, in-situ...
Analytical separations are important methods of identifying and quantifying molecular compounds present in complex sample mixtures. These approaches are popular in biochemistry, medical diagnostics, quality control, and numerous other applications. In these techniques, constituent analytes are...