Plasma-made silicon nanograss and related nanostructures
Shieh, Jiann, Ravipati, Srikanth, Ko, Fu-Hsiang, & Ostrikov, Kostya (2011) Plasma-made silicon nanograss and related nanostructures. Journal of Physics D : Applied Physics, 44(17), p. 174010.
Plasma-made nanostructures show outstanding potential for applications in nanotechnology. This paper provides a concise overview on the progress of plasma-based synthesis and applications of silicon nanograss and related nanostructures. The materials described here include black silicon, Si nanotips produced using a self-masking technique as well as self-organized silicon nanocones and nanograss. The distinctive features of the Si nanograss, two-tier hierarchical and tilted nanograss structures are discussed. Specific applications based on the unique features of the silicon nanograss are also presented.
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