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Definitions

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  • noun The fabrication of a nanoscale pattern, especially as part of an electronic component.

Etymologies

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nano- +‎ patterning

Examples

  • Yankee Group, sees the possibilities of using nanopatterning technology in this industry.

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  • IBM says nanopatterning could be used in the electronics, opto-electronics, medicine and life sciences industries.

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  • The nanopatterning technique uses a nanoscale tip borrowed from atomic force microscopy to create 2-D and 3-D patterns measuring as small as 15 nanometers.

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  • In the two publications, the scientists describe their novel 3D-nanopatterning methodology for two very distinct and promising types of substrate materials: a polymer called polyphthalaldehyde and a molecular glass similar to substrate materials used in conventional nanofabrication techniques, so-called resists.

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  • Using the nanopatterning technique, the researchers have created a three-dimensional

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  • The IBM Zurich researchers used nanopatterning technology to create a 25-nanometer-high 3-D replica of the Matterhorn in molecular glass.

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  • In the two publications, the scientists describe their novel 3D-nanopatterning methodology for two very distinct and promising types of substrate materials: a polymer called polyphthalaldehyde and a molecular glass similar to substrate materials used in conventional nanofabrication techniques, so-called resists.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • In the two publications, the scientists describe their novel 3D-nanopatterning methodology for two very distinct and promising types of substrate materials: a polymer called polyphthalaldehyde and a molecular glass similar to substrate materials used in conventional nanofabrication techniques, so-called resists.

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  • In the two publications, the scientists describe their novel 3D-nanopatterning methodology for two very distinct and promising types of substrate materials: a polymer called polyphthalaldehyde and a molecular glass similar to substrate materials used in conventional nanofabrication techniques, so-called resists.

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  • The nanoscale tip used in IBM's nanopatterning technology is 500 nanometers long and only a few nanometers wide at its tip.

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