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Techniques that can produce patterns with nanoscale details on surfaces have a central role in the development of new electronic, optical and magnetic devices and systems. High-energy ion irradiation can produce nanoscale patterns on ferromagnetic films by destroying the structure of layers or interfaces, but this approach can damage the film and introduce(More)
The ultimate resolution for printing colour images is dictated by the diffraction limit of visible light. To achieve this limit, Joel K. W. Yang and co-workers from IMRE, A*STAR in Singapore use a nanopatterned surface composed of silver–gold nanoposts and a backreflector over a silicon substrate. The metallic nanostructures interact with the incident light(More)
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