Publication detail

Nanowires Electroforming of Nanoporous Electrodes

HUBÁLEK, J.

Original Title

Nanowires Electroforming of Nanoporous Electrodes

English Title

Nanowires Electroforming of Nanoporous Electrodes

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

The rapidly growing microelectronics industry has placed an increasing emphasis on the development of cost-effective and environmentally thin film processing technologies. These technologies include electroplating (electrodeposition) and etching of thin films by dry and wet processing. Last ten years the nanotechnologies are in a centre of scientific interest. These new techniques bring new nanostructured materials for utilization in microelectronics processes. Anodization of aluminum under specific condition enables to create ordered nanoporous structure in growing alumina. Nanopores are distributed with regular ordering in honeycomb-like cells. The nanoporous thin film can be used as template for metal nanowires electrodeposition.

English abstract

The rapidly growing microelectronics industry has placed an increasing emphasis on the development of cost-effective and environmentally thin film processing technologies. These technologies include electroplating (electrodeposition) and etching of thin films by dry and wet processing. Last ten years the nanotechnologies are in a centre of scientific interest. These new techniques bring new nanostructured materials for utilization in microelectronics processes. Anodization of aluminum under specific condition enables to create ordered nanoporous structure in growing alumina. Nanopores are distributed with regular ordering in honeycomb-like cells. The nanoporous thin film can be used as template for metal nanowires electrodeposition.

Released

02.02.2005

Location

Tarragona, Španělsko

Pages from

66

Pages to

66

Pages count

1

BibTex


@misc{BUT60244,
  author="Jaromír {Hubálek}",
  title="Nanowires Electroforming of Nanoporous Electrodes",
  annote="The rapidly growing microelectronics industry has placed an increasing emphasis on the development of cost-effective and environmentally thin film processing technologies. These technologies include electroplating (electrodeposition) and etching of thin films by dry and wet processing. 
Last ten years the nanotechnologies are in a centre of scientific interest. These new techniques bring new nanostructured materials for utilization in microelectronics processes. Anodization of aluminum under specific condition enables to create ordered nanoporous structure in growing alumina. Nanopores are distributed with regular ordering in honeycomb-like cells. The nanoporous thin film can be used as template for metal nanowires electrodeposition.
",
  booktitle="5a Conferencia de Dispositivos Electrónicos, Libro de Abstracts",
  chapter="60244",
  year="2005",
  month="february",
  pages="66",
  type="abstract"
}