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El Mel, A. A., Gautron, E., Angleraud, B., Granier, A., Xu, W., Choi, C. H., Briston, K. J., Inkson, B. J. & Tessier, P. Y. (2012) Fabrication of a nickel nanowire mesh electrode suspended on polymer substrate. Nanotechnology, 23 275603. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1088/0957-4484/23/27/275603
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 0957-4484
Clé BibTeX: ElMel2012a
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Catégories: PCM
Mots-clés: area, arrays, carbon nanotubes, lithography, nanostructures, sensors
Créateurs: Angleraud, Briston, Choi, El Mel, Gautron, Granier, Inkson, Tessier, Xu
Collection: Nanotechnology
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Résumé     
We report on an efficient strategy for the fabrication of an ultra-long suspended nanowire mesh suitable for nanodevice architectures on a polymer surface. First, nickel nanowires are synthesized directly on a template substrate by magnetron sputtering. Laser interference lithography followed by deep reactive ion etching is used to create the nanograted template substrate constituted of one-dimensional line pattern arrays of 240 nm in periodicity. Ordered alignment of ultra-long nanowires (similar to 180 nm in diameter) with high fidelity to the template pattern is observed by scanning electron microscopy. The transfer of the pre-defined parallel nanowire array from the template surface to a target polymer substrate for electrical characterization of the system is demonstrated. The electrical behaviour of the nanowire mesh, suspended between two electrodes, was found to be linear, stable, and reproducible. This result suggests that this nanofabrication process will open an efficient way to the design and construction of novel nanodevices.
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