Thin films of nanoporous Anodic Aluminum Oxide (AAO) are often used as nanotemplates or nanostructured substrates without separating them from the aluminum surface.  Thin films of nanotubular Anodic Titanium Oxide (NTO or ATO)  on Ti foil are one of the most popular form factors in studies focused on applications of this unique nanostructured semiconductor.  Other applications may require AAO and ATO films that are intimately integrated onto different substrates, such as Si wafers, glass slides or an optical component.   Click on the images below to review and purchase these products.

Self-organized AAO nanotemplates on Al  foil with pore diameter from 2.5 to 300 nm and interface that could be tailored for electrodeposition inside the pores.

Nanotubular ATO films on Ti foil

Self-organized nanotubular Anodic Titanium Oxide films on Ti foil with wide selection of nanotube diameter and thickness.

AAO films on non-Al substrates

Nanoporous AAO films integrated onto non-Al substrates, such as glass, sapphire, silicon wafers, quartz, polymer films, etc.