Nanofabrication at high throughput and low cost.
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The task of nanofabrication can, in principle, be divided into two separate tracks: generation and replication of the patterned features. These two tracks are different in terms of characteristics, requirements, and aspects of emphasis. In general, generation of patterns is commonly achieved in a serial fashion using techniques that are typically slow, making this process only practical for making a small number of copies. Only when combined with a rapid duplication technique will fabrication at high-throughput and low-cost become feasible. Nanoskiving is unique in that it can be used for both generation and duplication of patterned nanostructures.
Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1021/nn101472p
Publication InfoWiley, Benjamin J; Qin, Dong; & Xia, Younan (2010). Nanofabrication at high throughput and low cost. ACS Nano, 4(7). pp. 3554-3559. 10.1021/nn101472p. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/4099.
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Professor of Chemistry
In the Wiley Group, we make new nanomaterials by controlling the assembly of atoms in solution, and explore applications for nanomaterials in medicine, catalysis, plasmonics, and electronics. Our goal is to precisely control the size, shape, and composition of materials on the nanometer scale to explore how these parameters affect the fundamental properties of a material, and produce such nanomaterials economically so they can be applied to solve real-world problems.