Electrochemical "switching" of Si(100) modular assemblies
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We report on a modular approach for producing well-defined and electrochemically switchable surfaces on Si(100). The switching of these surfaces is shown to change a Si(100) surface from resistant to cell adsorption to promoting cell adhesion. The electrochemical conversion of the modified electrode surface is demonstrated by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, X-ray reflectometry, contact angle and cell adhesion studies.
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