Self-organization in arrays of surface-grown nanoparticles : characterization, control, driving forces
Levchenko, I., Kumar, S., Yajadda, M.M.A., Han, Z.J., Furman, S., & Ostrikov, K. (2011) Self-organization in arrays of surface-grown nanoparticles : characterization, control, driving forces. Journal of Physics D : Applied Physics, 44(17), p. 174020.
Some important issues related to the self-organization in the arrays of nanoparticles on solid surfaces exposed to the low-temperature plasma are analysed and discussed. The available tools for the characterization of the size and position uniformity in nanoarrays are examined. The technique capable of revealing the realistic adsorbed atom and adsorbed radical capture zone pattern based on the surface physics is indicated as the most promising characterization tool. The processes responsible for the self-organization are analysed, the main driving forces of the self-organization are discussed, and possible ways to control the self-organization by controlling the plasma parameters are introduced. A view on the possible ways to further improve the methods of nanoarray characterization and self-organization is presented as well.
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