Homework # 1
Heterogeneous Nano Structures: Multiscale structures with
NEMS and MEMS components
1. Define surface tension in terms of force and length. Provide the units
2. Define Mc (The minimal requirement for stati
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1. Contrast wet vs. dry etching.
2. Define plasma etching. Is it isotropic or anisotropic?
3. What etching processes will be considered for fabricating structures with high aspect
4. What chemicals are used for chemical etching
Small sample size. Researchers are exploring new ways of investigating individual cells such as this human white blood cell.
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