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By Aránzazu del Campo, Eduard Arzt

New micro and nanopatterning applied sciences were built within the final years as less expensive and extra versatile possible choices to phtolithograpic processing. those applied sciences haven't basically impacted on fresh advancements in microelectronics, but additionally in rising fields corresponding to disposable biosensors, scaffolds for tissue engineering, non-biofouling coatings, excessive adherence units, or photonic buildings for the seen spectrum. This instruction manual offers the present processing tools appropriate for the fabrication of micro- and nanostructured surfaces made from polymeric fabrics. It covers the stairs and fabrics concerned, the ensuing buildings, and is rounded off by means of an element on purposes. accordingly, chemists, fabric scientists, and physicists achieve a serious knowing of this subject at an early degree of its improvement.

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J27 2 Roll-to-Roll Nanoimprint Lithography and Dynamic Nano-Inscription Se Hyun Ahn and L. 1 Introduction Among many unconventional nanopatterning techniques that have been developed in the past decade [1], nanoimprint lithography (NIL) clearly stands out as a promising technology for high-throughput and high-resolution nanoscale patterning [2, 3]; it can achieve resolutions beyond the limitations set by light diffraction or beam scattering that are encountered in other traditional techniques. NIL has received great attention in nanoscale patterning [3–8] due to these characteristics [9–11].

With regard to the future, nanoimprint lithography is still considered as a next generation lithography technique in microelectronics, but it will most probably remain a generic technique for specific applications with special processes and tools in the fields of optics, data storage [115], and applications requiring 3D fabrication or References imprinting in a functional material. In the microelectronics industry, the cost of ownership (CoO) of NIL was calculated not to be systematically below the CoO of photolithography or extreme UV (EUV) [116].

However, outlines of numerous studies confirm a chemical reactivity between the cured resist and the F-SAM with acrylate or vinyl ether formulations [99]. The species that are presumed to attack fluorinated molecules are free radicals or cationic charges generated during photopolymerization. Recently, resist free radicals were precisely identified, for the first time, by an electron spin resonance analysis, as having a chemical affinity with Optool DSX fluorinated molecules [101]. Other studies have also highlighted the impact of the resist formulation on the F-SAM degradation rate and mechanisms.

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