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Science Saturday --- October 1, 2005


IBM chip

UMass Logo

TI mirror array

Nanotechnology

Exciting new science and technology

for the 21st century


Nanotechnology

Is a broad, interdisciplinary topic involving physics, chemistry, biology and engineering

It has potential impact in electronics, medicine, materials, and a wide variety of application areas.


Single Hair

Width = 0.1 mm

How small are nanostructures?

= 100 micrometers

= 100,000 nanometers !

1 nanometer = one billionth (10-9) meter


DNA

6,000 nanometers

Red blood cell

3 nanometers

Smaller still

Hair

.


How do we make nanostructures?

How do we see nanostructures?


First,how do we make nanostructures?

• Lithography

• Self-assembly


Lithography

Mark

Tuominen

Mark

Tuominen


Electron Beam

Polymer film

Silicon crystal

Making a microscopic mask

Nanoscopic Mask !


Lithography

Patterned

Several

Times

IBM

Copper

Wiring

On a

Computer

Chip


~10 nm

SELF ASSEMBLY

Block “B”

Diblock

Copolymer

Block “A”

PS

PMMA

Scale set by molecular size

Ordered Phases

10% A

30% A

50% A

70% A

90% A


BASIC NANOPOROUS TEMPLATE

PROCESS APPLICATIONS

Deposition

Template

Etching

Mask

Remove polymer

block within cylinders

(UV or ebeam exposure;

Acetic acid rinse)

Nanoporous

Membrane

“A versatile, self-assembling, nanoscale lithographic system”


SEM IMAGE OF NANOPOROUS POLYMER TEMPLATE

PS/PMMA

MW = 42,000

Array Period = 24 nm

Pore Diameter = 14 nm


Nanowires

Template Transfer

Copolymer

Template

Separations

& Sensors

Patterned

Media

Glass Pillars

FUNCTIONAL NANOARRAYS

NIRT

UMass Amherst

Devices


200 nm

100 nm

20 nm

unfilled

polymer

template

electrodeposited

cobalt

nanowires

gold

silicon

NANOWIRE ARRAYS using ELECTRODEPOSITION

1 0 1 1 0

cobalt

nanowires

• ULTRA-HIGH DENSITY MAGNETIC

DATA STORAGE

1.2 trillion wires/in2


LATERALLY-PATTERNED MEDIA

vertically-oriented

diblock copolymer film

NO HOLES

“patterned” nanoporous

polymer template

unexposed region

of copolymer film

HOLES

“patterned” nanowire

array


How do we see nanostructures?

• A light microscope?

• An electron microscope!

• A scanning probe microscope!


TV screen

eye

electron beam

electron

source

Light !

Television Set


Electron

Beam

DETECTOR

SAMPLE

Electron Microscope


Surface

Scanning probe microscope

Vibrating Cantilever


Image of Nickel Atoms


Pushing Atoms Around


Finale


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