EMS162_2011_Lecture19

EMS162_2011_Lecture19 - Dip Pen Lithography Direct write...

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Yayoi Takamura Dip Pen Lithography • Direct write nano-lithography technique – Tip is dipped in an ‘ink’ which is transferred to a substrate – ‘Ink’ can be inorganic, organic, or biological molecules 3/8/2011 EMS 162 - Winter 2011 30 Yayoi Takamura NanoInk • Increased writing speed using parallel arrays of cantilevers. 3/8/2011 EMS 162 - Winter 2011 31 NanoInk
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Yayoi Takamura Lego AFM 3/8/2011 EMS 162 - Winter 2011 32 http://www.physics.unc.edu/~falvo/NUE/LEGO_AFM_WEBPAGES/web_files/nanoworld.html
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Transmission Electron Microscopy 1. Imaging 2. Diffraction Patterns Yayoi Takamura 3/8/2011 Transmission Electron Microscopy 2 Transmission Electron Microscopes Central Facilities, UC Davis National Center for Electron Microscopy Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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Yayoi Takamura 3/8/2011 Transmission Electron Microscopy 3 JEM-3200FSC Yayoi Takamura 3/8/2011 Transmission Electron Microscopy 4 Sample Considerations • Samples have to be THIN enough for electrons to be transmitted through them.
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EMS162_2011_Lecture19 - Dip Pen Lithography Direct write...

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