Mechanical Scratching with Single and Dual Sources Using Atomic Force Microscopes.- Local Oxidation Using Dynamic Force Mode: Toward Higher Reliability and Efficiency.- Double-Layer Local Oxidation Using Atomic Force Microscopy.- Nanomanipulation of Biological Macromolecules by Atomic Force Microscopy.- Nanografting: Bottom-Up Fabrication of Designed Nanostructures.- Nanopattern Formation Using Dip Pen Nanolithography.- Nanofabrication of Functional Nanostructures by Thermochemical Nanolithography.- Proton-fountain Electric-field-assisted Nanolithography.- Development of High-Throughput Control Techniques for Tip-Based Nanofabrication.- Scanning Probe Based Lithography and Nanomanipulation on Graphene.- Diamondoid Mechanosynthesis for Tip-Based Nanofabrication.- Constraints and Challenges in Tip Based Nanofabrication.
Nanofabrication is critical to the realization of potential benefits in the field of electronics, bioengineering and material science. One enabling technology in nanofabrication is Tip-Based Nanofabrication, which makes use of functionalized micro-cantilevers with nanoscale tips. Tip-Based Nanofabrication: Fundamentals and Applications discusses the development of cantilevered nanotips and how they evolved from scanning probe microscopy and are able to manipulate environments at nanoscale on substrates generating different nanoscale patterns and structures. Also covered are the advantages of ultra-high resolution capability, how to use tip based nanofabrication technology as a tool in the manufacturing of nanoscale structures, single-probe tip technologies, multiple-probe tip methodology, 3-D modeling using tip based nanofabrication and the latest in imaging technology.
Discusses the advantages of using tip based nanofabrication including its ultra-high resolution capability, ease of use, and control
Demonstrates how to use tip based nanofabrication as a tool in the manufacturing of nanoscale structure, and for inducing controlled patterns on a surface with nanometer scale precision
Covers the latest in multi-probe tip methodology including nanoimprinting using tip-based stamps, and parallel processing and design of tip-based stamps