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Title: Nanostructure array fabrication with temperature-controlled self-assembly techniques
Authors: Ng, V. 
Lee, Y.V.
Chen, B.T.
Adeyeye, A.O. 
Issue Date: Oct-2002
Source: Ng, V.,Lee, Y.V.,Chen, B.T.,Adeyeye, A.O. (2002-10). Nanostructure array fabrication with temperature-controlled self-assembly techniques. Nanotechnology 13 (5) : 554-558. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Two simple techniques for depositing a monolayer of colloidal particles called dynospheres over large areas using spin coating and 'tilting' are presented. The various factors that lead to the formation of a continuous ordered array of monolayer particles over a large area including spin speed, tilt angle, volume dispensed and temperature were investigated. Being able to deposit a monolayer over a large area gives rise to the possibility of forming magnetic nanostructures over a large area. The array of sub-micron particles acts as a deposition mask for magnetic materials such as nickel. Lift-off of the mask results in the formation of arrays of approximately 100 nm nickel particles. Magnetic force microscopy performed on the nickel nanostructures a single-domain magnetic configuration.
Source Title: Nanotechnology
ISSN: 09574484
DOI: 5/302
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