Introduction.- Nanofabrication by photons.- Nanofabrication by charged beams.- Nanofabrication by scanning probes.- Nanofabrication by replication.- Nanoscale pattern transfer.- Indirect nanofabrication.- Nanofabrication by self-assembly.
This book provides the reader with the most up-to-date information and development in the Nanofabrication area. It presents a one-stop description at the introduction level on most of the technologies that have been developed which are capable of making structures below 100nm. Principles of each technology are introduced and illustrated with minimum mathematics involved. The book serves as a practical guide and first hand reference for those working in nanostructure fabrication.
Provides the reader with the most up to date information and development in the Nanofabrication area
Readers will learn the advantages and disadvantages of specific nanofabrication techniques depending on the application they are working on
Focuses on the practical aspects of nanofabrication with examples drawn from both primary research and industrial applications
Provides detailed information and a description of emerging molecular self-assembly techniques which are increasingly being used as ways of making nanostructures