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View Resource New Approach Allows Integration Of Biosensors Into Electronics

This article on the website of The Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) discusses a new approach which allows integration of biosensors into electronics. The article illustrates that direct attachment of carbon nanotubes makes silicon substrates conduct even in the presence of a normally insulating oxide layer.

View Resource Double Exposure Makes Dense High-Resolution Diffractive Optics

This article from SPIE discusses an electron-beam-lithography technique which fabricates diffractive optical structures such as classic Fresnel-zone-plate lenses with fine features. Diffractive optical elements are especially useful in parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, such as the soft x-ray region, where suitable materials for reflective and refractive structures are not available.

View Resource 193nm Immersion Lithography: Status and Challenges

This article is a comprehensive review of 193nm immersion lithography. It focuses on the materials and processes rather than the optical system of the tool. The article covers the history and current status of the technology.

View Resource Molecular Transistors Based On Quantum Interference

This article from SPIE discusses how harnessing quantum interference enables single aromatic annulene molecules to function as transistors. The article includes several illustrations which help to demonstrate the concept.

View Resource Forming Tiny 3D Structures For Micro- and Nanofluidics

This article from SPIE describes how dielectric breakdown and wet etching may provide a method of fabricating 3D nano- and microscale channels inside transparent dielectric materials. The article includes several graphics which help to illustrate the concept.

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