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Title: Bio-molecule adsorption studied using micro-beam photoemission spectroscopy
Authors: Stampfl, APJ
Cheng, CH
Wang, SC
Huang, ML
Klauser, R
Keywords: Amino acids
Carboxylic acids
Cyclic accelerators
Organic acids
Organic compounds
Secondary emission
Issue Date: 31-Jan-2005
Publisher: Australian Institute of Physics
Citation: Stampfl, A. P. J., Chen, C.-H., Wang, S.-C., Huang, M.-L., & Klauser, R. (2005). Bio-molecule adsorption studied using micro-beam photoemission spectroscopy. Paper presented to the 29th Condensed Matter and Materials Meeting, "Australian Institute of Physics Sixteenth Biennial Congress", Canberra, 2005, 31 January - 4 February 2005. Retrieved from:
Abstract: The idea that some functioning bio-surfaces may be built-up using dry (in-vacuum) techniques is interesting because of the compatibility with existing dry-fabrication technologies and that completely novel bio-surfaces not seen in nature may be created. Adsorption chemistry and surface bonding of simple bio-molecules at metal and semiconductor surfaces is probed using synchrotron-based photo-emission techniques. Cysteine, for example, appears to adsorb intact onto Pt{111} in its zwitterionic form. Other examples of in-situ amino-acid and peptide deposition onto metal surfaces are given with a discussion on surface damage due to radiation exposure. © 2005 Australian Institute of Physics
ISBN: 0-9598064-8-2
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