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Title: Forming Tiny 3D Structures For Micro- and Nanofluidics
Url: http://spie.org/x8371.xml?highlight=x2402&ArticleID=x8371
Creator: Juodkazis, Saulius
Misawa, Hiroaki
Publisher: Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers
Description: 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.
LC Classification: Science -- Physics -- Descriptive and experimental mechanics -- Fluids. Fluid mechanics
Science -- Physics -- Study and teaching. Research
Technology -- Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering
Technology -- Technology (General) -- Nanotechnology
GEM Subject: Science -- Engineering
Science -- Technology
Science -- Physics
Key Concept: Biology -- Molecules
Physics -- Fluids
Electrical engineering
Key Concepts Complete: Yes
Date Issued: 2007-03-19
Resource Type: Reading Materials
Science Materials
Format: html
Audience: College/University Instructors
Higher Education
Professional Formation
Teaching Professionals
Technical School First Cycle
Technical School Second Cycle
University First Cycle
University Postgrad
University Second Cycle
Vocational Training
Language: English
Rights: SPIE
Access Rights: Free access
Subject: Electrical Engineering -- Circuit Theory
Engineering Education
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering -- Advanced Instrumentation
Professional Development -- Research and Development
Date Of Record Release: 2010-12-20 03:00:02 (W3C-DTF)
Date Last Modified: 2011-08-26 11:16:35 (W3C-DTF)
Source Type: ATE Center
Source: NetWorks
Full Record Views: 150
Resource URL Clicks: 16
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