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Nanoimprint Lithography : Methods and Material Requirements *
The ability to fabricate structures from the microto the nanoscale with high precision in a wide variety of materials is of crucial importance to the advancement of microand nanotechnology and the
Carbon-Nanotube Optoacoustic Lens for Focused Ultrasound Generation and High-Precision Targeted Therapy
It is demonstrated that the optoacoustic lens can be used for micro-scale ultrasonic fragmentation of solid materials and a single-cell surgery in terms of removing the cells from substrates and neighboring cells.
Recent progress in nanoimprint technology and its applications
Nanoimprint is an emerging lithographic technology that promises high-throughput patterning of nanostructures. Based on the mechanical embossing principle, nanoimprint technique can achieve pattern
High‐Speed Roll‐to‐Roll Nanoimprint Lithography on Flexible Plastic Substrates
The ability of microto nanometer-scale patterning on flexible substrates can enable many new applications in the area of photonics and organic electronics. A major roadblock has remained for many
Plasmonic nanoresonators for high-resolution colour filtering and spectral imaging.
This article uses selective conversion between free-space waves and spatially confined modes in plasmonic nanoresonators formed by subwavelength metal-insulator-metal stack arrays to show that the transmission spectra through such arrays can be well controlled by using simple design rules, and high-efficiency colour filters capable of transmitting arbitrary colours can be achieved.
Large-area roll-to-roll and roll-to-plate nanoimprint lithography: a step toward high-throughput application of continuous nanoimprinting.
The film thickness after the imprinting process, which is critical in optical applications, as a function of several imprinting parameters such as roller pressure and speed, is thoroughly investigated, and an analytical model has been developed to predict the residual layer thickness in dynamic R2RNIL process.
Organic Solar Cells Using Nanoimprinted Transparent Metal Electrodes
Cost effective and highly efficient renewable energy is becoming ever more important in our age of rising energy prices and global climate change. Solar energy is a nonexhaustible and green energy.
Polymer microring resonators fabricated by nanoimprint technique
Microring optical resonators have important applications in integrated photonic circuits for optical communications. We have developed two methods to fabricate polymer microring devices based on the
Broadband all-optical ultrasound transducers
A broadband all-optical ultrasound transducer has been designed, fabricated, and tested for high-resolution ultrasound imaging. It consists of a two-dimensional gold nanostructure on a glass
Biochemical sensors based on polymer microrings with sharp asymmetrical resonance
Photonic microresonators have great potential in the application of highly sensitive sensors due to high Q-factor resonances and steep slopes between zero and unity transmission. A microring