Deterministic shape control in plasma-aided nanotip assembly
Tam, E., Levchenko, I., & Ostrikov, K. (2006) Deterministic shape control in plasma-aided nanotip assembly. Journal of Applied Physics, 100(3), 036104-1.
The possibility of deterministic plasma-assisted reshaping of capped cylindrical seed nanotips by manipulating the plasma parameter-dependent sheath width is shown. Multiscale hybrid gas phase/solid surface numerical experiments reveal that under the wide-sheath conditions the nanotips widen at the base and when the sheath is narrow, they sharpen up. By combining the wide- and narrow-sheath stages in a single process, it turns out possible to synthesize wide-base nanotips with long- and narrow-apex spikes, ideal for electron microemitter applications. This plasma-based approach is generic and can be applied to a larger number of multipurpose nanoassemblies. © 2005 American Institute of Physics.
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|Item Type:||Journal Article|
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|Copyright Owner:||Copyright 2006 American Institute of Physics|
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