Fabrication of Nanometer Scale Patterns within Self-Assembled Monolayers by Nanografting

@inproceedings{Xu1999FabricationON,
  title={Fabrication of Nanometer Scale Patterns within Self-Assembled Monolayers by Nanografting},
  author={Song Xu and Scott F. Miller and Paul E. Laibinis and Gang-Yu Liu},
  year={1999}
}
A nanofabrication method, nanografting, has been developed to fabricate nanometer scale patterns on surfaces with specified size and geometry. The nanografting process combines the displacement of selected resist molecules by an atomic force microscopy tip and the adsorption of new adsorbate. The present work details the procedure for nanografting and discusses various kinds of patterns produced and the stability of the resulting patterns. Compared with other methods for microfabrication… CONTINUE READING

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