Patterned deposition from compressed carbon dioxide

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Patterned deposition from compressed carbon dioxide. / Luscombe, C. K.; Huck, W. T S; Holmes, A. B.; Lu, T.; Leeke, G. A.; Santos, R. C D; Al-Duri, B.; Seville, J. P K.

Molecular Electronics. Vol. 761 2002. p. 1-6.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Harvard

Luscombe, CK, Huck, WTS, Holmes, AB, Lu, T, Leeke, GA, Santos, RCD, Al-Duri, B & Seville, JPK 2002, Patterned deposition from compressed carbon dioxide. in Molecular Electronics. vol. 761, pp. 1-6, 2002 MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, United States, 2/12/02.

APA

Luscombe, C. K., Huck, W. T. S., Holmes, A. B., Lu, T., Leeke, G. A., Santos, R. C. D., Al-Duri, B., & Seville, J. P. K. (2002). Patterned deposition from compressed carbon dioxide. In Molecular Electronics (Vol. 761, pp. 1-6)

Vancouver

Luscombe CK, Huck WTS, Holmes AB, Lu T, Leeke GA, Santos RCD et al. Patterned deposition from compressed carbon dioxide. In Molecular Electronics. Vol. 761. 2002. p. 1-6

Author

Luscombe, C. K. ; Huck, W. T S ; Holmes, A. B. ; Lu, T. ; Leeke, G. A. ; Santos, R. C D ; Al-Duri, B. ; Seville, J. P K. / Patterned deposition from compressed carbon dioxide. Molecular Electronics. Vol. 761 2002. pp. 1-6

Bibtex

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title = "Patterned deposition from compressed carbon dioxide",
abstract = "Compressed CO2 is employed as the solvent for the deposition of polymers onto patterned surfaces created by a lithographic technique. This deposition technique should have wide applicability in the deposition of organic and polymeric materials for optoelectronic devices. The advantage of controlled deposition confers a further benefit in the control of the patterned surface. In a specific example a perfluorinated polymer was dissolved in liquid carbon dioxide. The polymer solution was deposited by use of a nozzle onto a pre-patterned surface. The resulting polymer film showed a clear image of the original pattern as measured by optical microscopy.",
author = "Luscombe, {C. K.} and Huck, {W. T S} and Holmes, {A. B.} and T. Lu and Leeke, {G. A.} and Santos, {R. C D} and B. Al-Duri and Seville, {J. P K}",
year = "2002",
month = dec,
day = "1",
language = "English",
isbn = "1558996982",
volume = "761",
pages = "1--6",
booktitle = "Molecular Electronics",
note = "2002 MRS Fall Meeting ; Conference date: 02-12-2002 Through 06-12-2002",

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RIS

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AU - Lu, T.

AU - Leeke, G. A.

AU - Santos, R. C D

AU - Al-Duri, B.

AU - Seville, J. P K

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N2 - Compressed CO2 is employed as the solvent for the deposition of polymers onto patterned surfaces created by a lithographic technique. This deposition technique should have wide applicability in the deposition of organic and polymeric materials for optoelectronic devices. The advantage of controlled deposition confers a further benefit in the control of the patterned surface. In a specific example a perfluorinated polymer was dissolved in liquid carbon dioxide. The polymer solution was deposited by use of a nozzle onto a pre-patterned surface. The resulting polymer film showed a clear image of the original pattern as measured by optical microscopy.

AB - Compressed CO2 is employed as the solvent for the deposition of polymers onto patterned surfaces created by a lithographic technique. This deposition technique should have wide applicability in the deposition of organic and polymeric materials for optoelectronic devices. The advantage of controlled deposition confers a further benefit in the control of the patterned surface. In a specific example a perfluorinated polymer was dissolved in liquid carbon dioxide. The polymer solution was deposited by use of a nozzle onto a pre-patterned surface. The resulting polymer film showed a clear image of the original pattern as measured by optical microscopy.

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