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nanostructuring

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  • n. The design and manufacture of nanostructures

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Examples

  • The researchers are creating smaller pores by "nanostructuring" the material with carbon nanotubes, which have a diameter of about 50 nanometers, or billionths of a meter.

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  • Published in the February 14th issue of Nature Nanotechnology, researchers led by Marko Loncar, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), found that the performance of a single photon source based on a light emitting defect (color center) in diamond could be improved by nanostructuring the diamond and embedding the defect within a diamond nanowire.

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  • Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), found that the emission performance of a diamond color center's single photon source could be improved by nanostructuring the diamond and embedding the color center within a diamond nanowire.

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  • To further demonstrate the versatility of the technique, they studied the integration of different materials in a single chip and their 3D nanostructuring capability by using other common microelectronics techniques such as FIB milling.

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  • "Through nanostructuring, we can render white light any color."

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  • While the two scientists did not observe any damage to the nanostructures, despite the tip having passed over the features in excess of 250 times, they found that combined high-speed imaging and nanostructuring does, however, lead to degradation of the AFM tip over time.

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  • Thanks to nanostructuring methods, such as e-beam lithography, ion-beam milling and nanoimprinting, we can engineer local plasmon resonances at will.

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  • The approach to controlling this force involves nanostructuring the interacting surfaces to tune the effects of the Casimir force.

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  • Here we show that by nanostructuring the sensing electrodes, it is possible to create nucleic acid sensors that have a broad range of sensitivities and that are capable of rapid analysis.

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  • The understanding of the science behind micro and nanostructuring of foods is expected to enable the development of new products.

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