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Further compositional complexity has been achieved with metal and silicon carbide, nitride, and chalcogenide inverse opals. In general, these more exotic compositions are more susceptible to oxidation and decomposition reactions that occur during thermal processing, necessitating the chemical etching of silica spheres and the solvent extraction of latex CCT. ALD approaches have successfully prepared surface-templated WN  and Ta2N5  inverse opal thin films by volatilizing and thermally degrading organometallic precursors within silica CCT.
Synthesis of Hydrogels The dynamic tuning of 3DOM pore sizes in response to external stimuli, such as pH or temperature, has been studied for potential chromatographic and drug release applications. There is precedent in the literature for using inverse opal solids for timed drug release in response to body pH, temperature, or chemical conditions [229,230]. Furthermore, chemical and biological sensing capabilities have been demonstrated by hydrogel-infiltrated CCT films that are co-assembled from cross-linked polar monomers and latex colloids, followed by subsequent photopolymerization [231-234].
The synthesis involves growth of a colloidal crystal film on a planar substrate by convective self-assembly. Onto this template, a thin layer (up to ca. 1 urn) of material is deposited by physical vapor deposition methods. The grating with periodic wells on a denser layer of material is obtained after dissolution of the colloidal crystal template or by delamination of the film using sticky tape. The depth of the wells is approximately one-third of the radius of the templating spheres. , selective optical absorbers, broadband waveguide polarizers) and as Syntheses and Applications of Inverse Opals 29 picoliter containers for microanalysis.