aep102_06_midterm[1] - AEP/Eng 102 Midterm Examination...

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AEP/Eng 102 Midterm Examination 10:10 AM October 5, 2006 Total points: 100 Duration: 50 minutes Answer all questions in the examination book. Be certain to print and sign your name on the front of the exam book. Answers should be brief and to the point. 1. (12 points) True or false: (a) Humans have been only been making materials with nanoscale components since 1990. (b) For chemical vapor deposition to work all of the products produced in the reaction must be non-volatile. (c) For a polymeric material to be a good photo-resist it needs to be highly resistant to having its properties changed by ultra-violet light. (d) An STM can pick up and controllably place single atoms on a surface. (e) The smallest structure that can be formed by photolithography is no smaller than _ the wavelength of the light that is used. (f) The maximum number of transistors that can currently be formed on a single Si chip is 1 million. 2. (18 points)
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course A&EP 102 taught by Professor Buhrman during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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