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Microfabrication in Foturan Photosensitive Glass Using Focused Ion Beam

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Microfabrication in Foturan Photosensitive Glass Using Focused Ion Beam
— The fabrication of nano-dimensional features in the photoetchable glass FoturanTM , using focused ion beam technology has been characterized. To date, most microfabrication in this material has used UV lithography and UV lasers, with minimum feature size of around 10µm determined by the grain structure, though there has been some recent work using high energy proton irradiation. Focused ion beam technology offers two potential advantages: features are etched directly without post bake or HF wet etch and features can be generated with lateral and depth resolution on the nanoscale.
Carl J. Anthony, P. T. Docker, Philip D. Prewett,
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where WCE
Authors Carl J. Anthony, P. T. Docker, Philip D. Prewett, K. C. Jiang
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