Pulsed laser deposition of functionalized Mg-Al layered double hydroxide thin films
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In this paper, magnesium?aluminium layered double hydroxide (LDH) has been functionalized with sodium dodecyl sulfate
(DS) and deposited as thin film by pulsed laser deposition (PLD). Mg, Al-LDH powders were prepared by co-precipitation
and used as reference material. Intercalation of DS as an anionic surfactant into the LDHs host layers has been prepared in two
ways: co-precipitation (P) and reconstruction (R). DS intercalation occurred in LDH powder via both preparation methods.
The films deposited via PLD, in particular at 532 and 1064 nm, preserve the organic intercalated layered structure of the
targets prepared from these powders. The results reveal the ability of proposed deposition technique to produce functional
composite organo-modified LDHs thin films.