Reactive plasmas as a versatile nanofabrication tool
Ostrikov, K. (2005) Reactive plasmas as a versatile nanofabrication tool. Reviews of Modern Physics, 77(2), pp. 489-511.
The underlying physics of the application of low-temperature, low-pressure reactive plasmas in various nanoassembly processes is described. From the viewpoint of the "cause and effect" approach, this Colloquium focuses on the benefits and challenges of using plasma-based systems in nanofabrication of nanostructured silicon films, low-dimensional semiconducting quantum structures, ordered carbon nanotip arrays, highly crystalline TiO2 coatings, and nanostructured hydroxyapatite bioceramics. Other examples and future prospects of plasma-aided nanofabrication are also discussed. © 2005 The American Physical Society.
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