Vistas in Nanofabrication
by Faiz Rahman (University of Glasgow, UK)
Hardback 272 pages 2012-08-31 Print ISBN: 9789814364560 eBook ISBN: 9789814364577 DOI: 10.4032/9789814364577
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“This fine book brings together a very interesting and promising range of techniques found in some of the most advanced labs around the world that are pushing the boundaries of what is possible via the growth and fabrication of nanostructures for a variety of applications. Many unique methods and approaches summarized in this book have immense potential to precisely tailor the geometry and composition of materials at the nanoscale, enabling them to interact with outside stimuli in ways that were neither possible nor thinkable a decade ago. The showcase gallery is a gem on its own right and is a real eye-popper.”
Prof. Savas Kaya - Ohio University, USA
Nanotechnology has now developed to an extent that its procedures and applications are being widely employed in scientific research and industrial production. By utilizing the properties of specifically made structures at the micron and sub-micron scales new functionalities have become possible in materials and devices. These, in turn, are enabling a new generation of products in electronics, photonics, biotechnology and other areas dependent on high performance structured materials. This book provides several examples of how diverse nanofabrication techniques are being used by researchers across the world to fabricate useful materials and devices. A number of research groups present their cutting-edge work on fabricating a variety of nanoscale structures such as split rings, wires, gaps, trenches and holes. The innovative techniques described in this book will be of interest to all who are engaged in research and development of nanofabrication technologies. The book mainly covers application areas in electronics and photonics but the techniques are general enough to be applied to other areas as well.
The material in this book has been contributed by prominent researchers in some of the most well-known research labs in the world. Its contents, therefore, provide a concise but fairly complete overview of the state-of-the-art in nanofabrication technologies in the world today.
|1||Chapter 1: Nanosphere Lithography for High-Density Nanopatterning|
|29||Chapter 2: Dry Etching of Semiconductors at the Nanoand Micro-Scale|
S. J. Pearton
|49||Chapter 3: Nanoscale Split Ring Resonator-Based Metamaterials: Fabrication Techniques, Properties, and Applications|
Basudev Lahiri, Scott G. McMeekin, Richard M. De La Rue, and Nigel P. Johnson
|75||Chapter 4: Nanofabrication Technologies for Surface Texturing of Gallium Nitride Photonic Crystal Light-Emitting Diodes|
Faiz Rahman, Ali Z. Khokhar, Keith Parsons, and Ian M. Watson
|97||Chapter 5: On-Film Formation of Nanowires: A Route to Defect-Free Nanowire Growth and Device Fabrication|
Jin-Seo Noh, Wooyoung Shim, Jinhee Ham, and Wooyoung Lee
|115||Chapter 6: Nanotrenches: An Optical Lithography Process for High-Aspect-Ratio sub-100 nm Gaps|
Jean-Francois Dayen, Vina Faramarzi, and Bernard Doudin
|133||Chapter 7: High-Aspect-Ratio Metallic Nanostructures for Transparent Electrodes|
Joong-Mok Park, Xinyu Liu, Wai Leung, Kristen Constant, Alan Russell, and Kai-Ming Ho
|147||Chapter 8: Fabrication of Nanogap Electrodes by Electrolessand Electro Deposition|
Luis De Los Santos Valladares, Angel Bustamante Domínguez, Thanos Mitrelias, Crispin H.W. Barnes, J. Albino Aguiar, and Yutaka Majima
|175||Chapter 9: Nanometer-Scale Processing by Tribological Action and Its Potential Applications|
Shojiro Miyake and Mei Wang
|193||Chapter 10: Nanomaterial Integration on CMOS Platform|
Sumita Santra, Prasanta Kumar Guha, and Florin Udrea
|207||Chapter 11: Focused Ion Beam Fabrication of Metallic Nanostructures|
Michal Urbánek and Tomáš Šikola
|221||Chapter 12: Nanotechnology Showcase|
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