robust block copolymer mask for nanopatterning

Controlling Order in Block Copolymer Thin Films

Controlling Order in Block Copolymer Thin Films for Nanopatterning Applications Controlling Order in Block Copolymer Thin Films for Nanopatterning Applications Marencic Andrew P Register Richard A 2010-07-15 00:00:00 An attractive unconventional lithographic technique to pattern periodic sub-100 nm features uses self-assembled block copolymer thin lms as etch masks

Patterning at the 10 nanometer length scale using a

Graphoepitaxy of this block copolymer aligns and registers sub-12 nm diameter nanowires to larger-scale rectangular curved and circular features patterned by optical lithography The alumina nanowires function as a robust hard mask to withstand the conditions required for patterning the underlying silicon by plasma etching Lastly we

Hierarchically Ordered Nanopatterns for Spatial Control of

25 11 2014A diblock copolymer of polystyrene-b-poly(ethylene oxide) PS-b-PEO is synthesized with biotin capping the PEO block and 4-bromostyrene copolymerized within the polystyrene block at 5 wt % These two handles allow thin films of the block copolymer to be postfunctionalized with biotinylated biomolecules of interest and to obtain micropatterns of nanoscale-ordered films via photolithography

Controlling Order in Block Copolymer Thin Films

Controlling Order in Block Copolymer Thin Films for Nanopatterning Applications Controlling Order in Block Copolymer Thin Films for Nanopatterning Applications Marencic Andrew P Register Richard A 2010-07-15 00:00:00 An attractive unconventional lithographic technique to pattern periodic sub-100 nm features uses self-assembled block copolymer thin lms as etch masks

Micropatterning of block copolymer micelle thin films

Micropatterning of block copolymer micelle thin films using solvent capillary contact printing To cite this article: Wonseok Hwang et al 2005 Nanotechnology 16 2897 View the article online for updates and enhancements Related content Nanolithography through mixture of block copolymer micelles David Pan Qiang Fu and Jennifer Lu-Hexagonally ordered nanoparticles templated using a block

RD: Accelerating Self

RD: Accelerating Self-Assembly of Nanoscale Patterns for Next Generation Materials Using polymer blends generated highly ordered patterns that could be used in fabrication of microelectronics antireflective surfaces magnetic storage systems and fluid-flow device This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter on December 18 2017 at 2:34 pm From the Brookhaven National Laboratory

Directed block copolymer self

Block copolymer (BCP) self-assembly can spontaneously generate periodic arrays of microdomains with versatile morphology and nanoscale feature size in the range of ca 10–100 nm (ref 1) The well-defined nanostructures of BCP have been utilized as templates to control spatial order of other functional materials for a variety of applications 2 3 such as microelectronic devices 4 5

UV

UV-solvent annealing of PDMS-majority and PS-majority PS-b-PDMS Ho R-M Georgopanos P Avgeropoulos A and Thomas E L 2010 Robust block copolymer mask for nanopatterning polymer films ACS Nano 4 2088–94 Crossref Li T Wang Z Schulte L and Ndoni S 2015 Substrate tolerant direct block copolymer nanolithography Nanoscale 8 136–40 Crossref Bellas V Iatrou H and

The final publication will be soon available at

block copolymer (s-BCP) lithography as a patterning mask since this is robust and scalable compared to cylindrical block copolymers (c-BCP) We have fabricated graphene gas sensors from nanopatterned CVD graphene and exposed them to NO 2 in the 300 ppt to 100 ppb range Our results present a drastic improvement of the response with respect to previous works on NO 2 graphene based gas sensors

Metal‐Containing Block Copolymer Thin Films

Metal‐Containing Block Copolymer Thin Films Yield Wire Grid Polarizers with High Aspect Ratio Kim So Youn Gwyther Jessica Manners Ian Chaikin Paul M Register Richard A 2014-02-01 00:00:00 Block copolymer nanolithography has been highlighted as a "bottom‐up" alternative to "top‐down" photolithographic processes due to its ability to create sub‐30 nm features Block

Dr Ricardo Ruiz Profile

This course explains basic principles and applications of directed self assembly (DSA) with particular emphasis on block copolymer directed self assembly A primary goal of the course is to present in a systematic manner the central issues that govern directed self assembly and to do so in a way that will enable current and future practicioners of directed self assembly to rapidly identify

Directed block copolymer self

Block copolymer (BCP) self-assembly can spontaneously generate periodic arrays of microdomains with versatile morphology and nanoscale feature size in the range of ca 10–100 nm (ref 1) The well-defined nanostructures of BCP have been utilized as templates to control spatial order of other functional materials for a variety of applications 2 3 such as microelectronic devices 4 5

Block

Resume : Block copolymer (BCP) lithography for self-assembled thin film nanopatterning is known to strongly depend on the interactions between the polymer species of the BCP and the substrate surface The system of PS-b-PMMA on SiO2 surfaces is investigated by many groups as one of the most promising applications of BCP lithography lies in semiconductor technology A silicon oxide surface

Polymers

Nanostructures generated from block copolymer self-assembly enable a variety of potential technological applications In this article we review recent work and the current status of two major emerging applications of block copolymer (BCP) nanostructures: lithography for microelectronics and photovoltaics We review the progress in BCP lithography in relation to the requirements of the

SNL Members

Dae-Geun Choi Hyung Kyun Yu Se Gyu Jang and Seung-Man Yang Colloidal Lithographic Nanopatterning via Reactive Ion Etching Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 7019-7025 (2004) Dae-Geun Choi Jong-Ryul Jeong Ki-Young Kwon Hee-Tae Jung Sung-Chul Shin and Seung-Man Yang Magnetic nanodot arrays patterned by selective ion etching using block copolymer

Method of use of epoxy

02 08 2011Method of use of epoxy-containing cycloaliphatic acrylic polymers as orientation control layers for block copolymer thin films United States Patent 7989026 Abstract: Disclosed herein is a method of controlling the orientation of microphase-separated domains in a block copolymer film comprising forming an orientation control layer comprising an epoxy-containing cycloaliphatic acrylic

Well‐Ordered Thin‐Film Nanopore Arrays Formed Using a

Chia-Cheng Chao Tzu-Chung Wang Rong-Ming Ho Prokopios Georgopanos Apostolos Avgeropoulos and Edwin L Thomas Robust Block Copolymer Mask for Nanopatterning Polymer Films ACS Nano 10 1021/nn901370g 4 4 (2088-2094) (2010)

Achieving structural control with thin polystyrene

Achieving structural control with thin polystyrene-b-polydimethylsiloxane block copolymer films: The complex relationship of interface chemistry annealing methodology and process conditions European Polymer Journal 49 (2013) 3445–3454 Contents lists available at SciVerse ScienceDirect European Polymer Journal journal homepage:

Hierarchically Ordered Nanopatterns for Spatial Control of

25 11 2014A diblock copolymer of polystyrene-b-poly(ethylene oxide) PS-b-PEO is synthesized with biotin capping the PEO block and 4-bromostyrene copolymerized within the polystyrene block at 5 wt % These two handles allow thin films of the block copolymer to be postfunctionalized with biotinylated biomolecules of interest and to obtain micropatterns of nanoscale-ordered films via photolithography

Block

Resume : Block copolymer (BCP) lithography for self-assembled thin film nanopatterning is known to strongly depend on the interactions between the polymer species of the BCP and the substrate surface The system of PS-b-PMMA on SiO2 surfaces is investigated by many groups as one of the most promising applications of BCP lithography lies in semiconductor technology A silicon oxide surface

Size and space controlled hexagonal arrays of

The dimensional control over the self-assembled block copolymer nanopatterns was achieved by different molecular weight PS-PEO (polystyrene-b-polyethylene oxide) systems and the corresponding compositions of the constituent blocks represented as S1 (102 k–34 k) S2 (42 k–11 5 k) S3 (32 k–11 k) and S4 (16 k–5 k) The as-coated films of S1 S2 and S3 exhibited little indication of

High molecular weight block copolymer lithography for

An unusual dot pattern was realized via self-assembly of high molecular weight polystyrene-block-polydimethylsiloxane (PS-b-PDMS) copolymer by a simple one-step solvent annealing process optimized based on Hansen solubility parameters Annealing PS-b-PDMS under neutral solvent vapors at room temperature produces an ordered arrangement of dots with ∼112 nm spacing and ∼54 nm

Temperature

Solvent vapor annealing is as an effective and versatile alternative to thermal annealing to equilibrate and control the assembly of polymer chains in thin films Here we present scientific and practical aspects of the solvent vapor annealing method including the discussion of such factors as non-equilibrium conformational states and chain dynamics in thin films in the presence of solvent

Directed block copolymer self

Directed block copolymer self-assembly implemented via surface-embedded electrets Mei-Ling Wu1 2 3 Dong Wang1 2 Li-Jun Wan1 2 Block copolymer (BCP) nanolithography is widely recognized as a promising complementary approach to circumvent the feature size limits of conventional photolithography The directed self-assembly of BCP thin film to form ordered nanostructures with

METHOD OF USE OF EPOXY

16 07 2009Disclosed herein is a method of controlling the orientation of microphase-separated domains in a block copolymer film comprising forming an orientation control layer comprising an epoxy-containing cycloaliphatic acrylic polymer on a surface of a substrate irradiating and/or heating the substrate to crosslink the orientation control layer and forming a block copolymer assembly layer

Sumi Lee

Graphoepitaxy morphology composed of highly aligned lamellar block copolymer film that self-assembled within a disposable photoresist trench pattern was prepared by conventional I-line lithography and utilized as a chemical nanopatterning mask for the underlying substrate After the block copolymer film and disposable photoresist layer were removed the same lamellar block copolymer film was

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