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Use of NIL for the fabrication of nano wires for possible application in biotechnology

Sahafi, Pardis LU (2012) FYSM60 20102
Department of Physics
Solid State Physics
Abstract
Within the scope of this project, investigations were made into the possibility of replacing Electron Beam Lithography (EBL) with NanoImprint Lithography (NIL) for creating arrays of gold dots on substrates, with the aim of nanowire growth. The attempted nano wires grown were aimed to be of use in the field of biotechnology.
The main focus and aim of this project has been to perfect a fabrication route for creating organized arrays of nano wires based on NIL. NIL had been considered as a replacement due to the many advantages it hold over EBL, such as high throughput to name one.
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Sahafi, Pardis LU
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FYSM60 20102
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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English
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3053411
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  abstract     = {Within the scope of this project, investigations were made into the possibility of replacing Electron Beam Lithography (EBL) with NanoImprint Lithography (NIL) for creating arrays of gold dots on substrates, with the aim of nanowire growth. The attempted nano wires grown were aimed to be of use in the field of biotechnology.
The main focus and aim of this project has been to perfect a fabrication route for creating organized arrays of nano wires based on NIL. NIL had been considered as a replacement due to the many advantages it hold over EBL, such as high throughput to name one.},
  author       = {Sahafi, Pardis},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Use of NIL for the fabrication of nano wires for possible application in biotechnology},
  year         = {2012},
}