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Dip pen nanolithography stamp tip
A simple and novel method for fabricating poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS)-coated dip pen nanolithography (DPN) stamp tips was developed. These kinds of tips absorb chemicals (“inks”) easily and allow one to generate ...
DPN-generated nanostructures made of gold, silver, and palladium
Dip-pen nanolithography (DPN) has been used to generate resist layers on Au, Ag, and Pd that when combined with wet-chemical etching can lead to nanostructures with deliberately designed shapes and sizes. Monolayers of ...
Synthesis of open-ended, cylindrical Au−Ag alloy nanostructures on a Si/SiOx surface
Dip-pen nanolithography (DPN) in conjunction with wet chemical etching was used to synthesize a new class of open-ended, cylindrical Au−Ag alloy nanostructures on a Si/SiOx surface. Ag nanostructures were prepared by ...
The evolution of dip-pen nanolithography
The ability to tailor the chemical composition and structure of a surface on the 1–100 nm length scale is important to researchers studying topics ranging from electronic conduction, to catalysis, to biological recognition ...
Dip pen nanolithography and its potential for nanoelectronics
Dip pen nanolithography (DPN) is a patterning technique for nanoscale science and engineering based on scanning probe microscopy. Its main advantages are very high resolution, the unique capability to deposit many different ...
Dip pen nanolithography (DPN) : process and instrument performance with nanoInk's Nscriptor system
Precision nanoscale deposition is a fundamental requirement for much of current nanoscience research and promises to facilitate exciting industrial applications. Tailoring chemical composition and surface structure on the ...