Metallic Conductive Nanowires Elaborated by PVD Metal Deposition on Suspended DNA Bundles.

@article{Brun2017MetallicCN,
  title={Metallic Conductive Nanowires Elaborated by PVD Metal Deposition on Suspended DNA Bundles.},
  author={Christophe Brun and P H Elchinger and Guillaume Nonglaton and Cheikh Tidiane-Diagne and Raluca Tiron and Aur{\'e}lie Thuaire and Didier Gasparutto and Xavier Baillin},
  journal={Small},
  year={2017},
  volume={13 33}
}
Metallic conductive nanowires (NWs) with DNA bundle core are achieved, thanks to an original process relying on double-stranded DNA alignment and physical vapor deposition (PVD) metallization steps involving a silicon substrate. First, bundles of DNA are suspended with a repeatable process between 2 µm high parallel electrodes with separating gaps ranging from 800 nm to 2 µm. The process consists in the drop deposition of a DNA lambda-phage solution on the electrodes followed by a naturally… CONTINUE READING

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