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Nanolithography and its Techniques

The term nanolithography is derived from the Greek words “nanos”, meaning Dwarf; “lithos”, meaning rock; and “grapho” meaning to write. Therefore the literal translation is “tiny writing on rocks”. Nanolithography is the science of etching, writing or printing to modify a material surface with structures under 100nm. A typical commercial use of nanolithography is in the manufacture of semiconductor chips for computers. Nanolithography Techniques Several lithographic techniques are used for patterning in the nanoscale region. These techniques include: •        Photolithography •        Electron beam lithography (EBL) •        X-ray lithography •        Extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUVL) •        Light coupling nanolithography (LCM) •        Scanning probe microscope lithography (SPM) •        Nanoimprint lithography •        Dip-Pen nanolithography To know More about Nanolithography grab the chance and attend the forthcoming Conference : 5th International Conference on Advanced Mat…

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