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Nanoimprinting and its Applications

1st Edition

Edited by Akihiro Miyauchi

Pan Stanford

300 pages

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Hardback: 9789814800372
pub: 2019-03-31
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Description

Since it was proposed in 1995 by Prof. Chou, nanoimprinting has grown rapidly. Now machines, resins, and molds for nanoimprinting are commercially available worldwide. The application fields of nanoimprinting are expanding to not only electronics but also optics, biology, and energy because nanoimprinting is a simple and convenient method for nanofabrication, and some devices are now being mass-produced. In the near future, the application of nanoimprinting to display and semiconductor fields is expected.

This book explains the fundamentals of nanoimprinting in terms of materials, processes, and machines. The applications of nanoimprinting in optics, biology, energy, and electronics are also described. As many practical examples of nanoimprinting as possible are included in the book. The fundamentals will help advanced undergraduate and graduate students understand nanoimprinting. The examples will be useful for both researchers working in nanoimprinting for the first time and engineers involved in research and development of various devices using nanostructures.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

2. Template Technology

3. Thermal Nanoimprinting

4. Photo Nanoimprinting

5. Room-temperature Nanoimprinting

Shinji Matsui

6. Reversal and hybrid nanoimprinting

Yoshihiko Hirai

7. Simulation

Yoshihiko Hirai

8. Applications

9. Evaluation

Makoto Okada

About the Editor

Akihiro Miyauchi is a nanotechnology researcher currently working as professor at Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SCI013060
SCIENCE / Chemistry / Industrial & Technical
SCI050000
SCIENCE / Nanostructures
TEC021000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Material Science