TITLE

Study of Biopolymer Chitosan as Resist for Submicron Electronic Lithography

AUTHOR(S)
Voznesenskiy, S.; Nepomnyaschiy, A.; Kulchin, Yu.
PUB. DATE
September 2014
SOURCE
Solid State Phenomena;2014, Vol. 213, p180
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This paper presents the results of the study of polysaccharide chitosan as a new resist for electronic lithography for direct formation of mesostructures in submicron range. Film-forming properties of chitosan allow enough simply to obtain coatings with a thickness of tens to hundreds of nanometers. Furthermore, the optical and sensor characteristics of the films of various ionic forms of chitosan are well investigated, so it makes possible to form on their basis integrated optical functional structures.
ACCESSION #
95586565

 

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