Nanopatterning: Volume 705: From Ultralarge-Scale Integration to Biotechnology

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Nanotechnology is highly regarded as the key technology of the 21st century and is expected to help solve problems in areas ranging from information technology to biotechnology. Whether via lithographic or nonlithographic methods, nano-patterning is a major issue to address as it is the enabling technique for the fabrication of nanostructures. A high level of creativity is clearly needed to engineer new resists and masks and to optimize nanomaterials synthesis and processing while keeping the costs compatible ...

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Warrendale, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 2002 Hard Cover Good/No Jacket 1558996419 Ex-library Usual ex-library features. The interior is clean and tight. Binding is good. Cover shows ... slight wear. 338 pages. Read more Show Less

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Overview

Nanotechnology is highly regarded as the key technology of the 21st century and is expected to help solve problems in areas ranging from information technology to biotechnology. Whether via lithographic or nonlithographic methods, nano-patterning is a major issue to address as it is the enabling technique for the fabrication of nanostructures. A high level of creativity is clearly needed to engineer new resists and masks and to optimize nanomaterials synthesis and processing while keeping the costs compatible with market requirements. This book offers a snapshot of the state of nanofabrication and provides an indication of future trends and remaining challenges in the field. Researchers working in nonrelated fields such as cell engineering, microelectronics, magnetism, surface science and new materials synthesis gather here to exchange information across disciplines. Topics include: advanced materials and processes for nanolithography; lithographic and nonlithographic methods of nanofabrication; synthesis, functionalization and ordering of nanostructures; nanostructures and nanofabrication for biological applications; and fabrication of ordered magnetic nanostructures.

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Forty papers from a November 2001 Boston conference discuss advanced materials and processes for nanolithography, lithographic and nonlithographic methods of nanofabrication, nanostructures and nanofabrication for biological applications, fabrication of ordered magnetic nanostructures, and synthesis, functionization, and ordering of nanostructures. Together, they represent the current state of the field, and provide some indication of future prospects for development. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781558996410
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/2002
  • Series: MRS Proceedings Series
  • Pages: 338
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings
Novel Approaches to Nanopatterning: From Surface Monolayer Initiated Polymerization to Hybrid Organometallic-Organic Bilayers 3
New Photoresists With Photoacid Generator in the Backbone 15
Resist Requirements for Electron Projection and Direct Write Nanolithography 23
Chemically Amplified Resist Approaches for E-beam Lithography Mask Fabrication 35
Polyoxometallate Containing Polymeric Materials for Nanolithography and Molecular Devices 49
Nanoline Formation by Using Small-Aggregate Resist and Supercritical Resist Drying 61
All CO[subscript 2]-Processed Fluoropolymer-Containing Photoresist Systems 73
Designing Photoresist Systems for Microlithography in Carbon Dioxide 81
EUV Lithography: Patterning to the End of the Road 91
Plasmon Printing - A New Approach to Near-Field Lithography 101
Effects of Mask Materials on Near Field Optical Nanolithography 107
Nanoscale Electrochemical Deposition of Metals on FIB Sensitized p-Type Silicon 113
Nanoscale Pattern Transfer Using Sputter-Induced Corrugations Formed at the Si/SiO[subscript 2] Interface 119
Formation and Conductive Properties of Miniaturized Fullerite Sensors 125
Formation of Al Nanodot Array by the Combination of Nano-Indentation and Anodic Oxidation 133
Patterning 2D Metallic Surfaces by Soft Lithography 139
Planar Molecular and Macromolecular Gradients: Preparation and Properties 145
Electric Field Induced Patterning of Polymer Films 151
Surface Functionalization of Ceramic Nanoparticles: Application to Ion-Sensing and Gas-Sensing Devices 159
Stable Adsorption of Lipid Vesicles on Modified Gold Surfaces 171
Towards the Use of Biologically Inspired Techniques for the Assembly of Electronic Devices 177
Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Observation of Single Dangling Bonds on the Si(100)2x1:H Surface 187
AFM Studies of Fracture Surfaces of Composition B Energetic Materials 193
Preferential Adhesion of Gold Nanoparticles Using Lithographically Patterned Substrates 199
Building Two and Three-Dimensional Structures of Colloidal Particles on Surfaces Using Optical Tweezers and Critical Point Drying 205
Ordering Effect of Lithium Ions in a Self-Assembled Hybrid System 211
Effect of Al Concentration on Growth of Antiphase Domains in Ti[subscript 3]Al 217
Polymeric Nanoscale All-Solid State Battery 223
Charge Transport in Mesoscopic Carbon Network Structures 227
Nanometric Surface Patterns for Tissue Engineering: Fabrication and Biocompatibility In Vitro 237
A Versatile Approach for Biomaterial Patterning: Masked Ion Beam Lithography 247
The Development of Surface Roughness and Implications for Cellular Attachment in Biomedical Applications 253
Micro-and Nanofabricating Lipid Patterns Using a Polymer-Based Wet Lift-Off 259
Patterned Nanoparticle Assembly as Novel Chemical and Biological Platforms 265
Nanofabrication at Biologically Important Length Scale: Etching of Dislocation Array in Twist-Bonded Bicrystals 271
Resistless Patterning of Magnetic Storage Media Using Ion Projection Structuring 279
Large Scale Periodic Magnetic Nanostructures Fabricated by Optical Interference Lithography 291
Magnetic Interactions in Fe Nanoparticle Arrays 303
Self-Assembled Structures of Gas-Phase Prepared FePt Nanoparticles 315
High Density Hexagonal Nickel Nanowire Arrays with 65 and 100 nm-Period 327
Author Index 333
Subject Index 337
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