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Title: Scanning probe contact printing
Authors: Wang, Xuefeng
Bullen, David A.
Ryu, Kee S.
Zou, Jun
Zhang, Hua
Mirkin, Chad A.
Liu, Chang
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Materials
Issue Date: 2003
Source: Wang, X., Ryu, K. S., Bullen, D. A., Zou, J., Zhang, H., Mirkin, C. A., & Liu, C. (2003). Scanning probe contact printing. Langmuir, 19(21), 8951-8955.
Series/Report no.: Langmuir
Abstract: This paper reports a scanning probe contact printing (SP-CP) method for generating submicron patterns. It uses a novel scanning probe with an integrated elastomeric tip to transfer chemical materials onto a substrate. The SP-CP method combines the advantages of microcontact printing and dip-pen nanolithography to generate monolayer features chemisorbed on a gold surface. Arbitrary, connected features such as lines or blocks can be formed by connecting multiple dots, analogous to dot-matrix printing. We discuss the design and fabrication of the novel probes for SP-CP and how they can be used to generate sub-500-nm dots and lines of 1-octadecanethiol on a gold surface.
ISSN: 0743-7463
Rights: © 2003 American Chemical Society.
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