Metallic nanoparticle array fabrication on PhableR 100


Twente University results published in Nature Microsystems & Nanoengineering

The method developed by researchers at Twente University combines Eulitha's DTL technology with dry etching techniques to rapidly produce large-scale, uniform metallic nanoparticle arrays. The resulting arrays are expected to find applications in biological/chemical applications, such as trace analyte detection, dopamine sensing, and protein and cell surface analyses.

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Large-scale fabrication of highly ordered sub-20 nm noble metal nanoparticles on silica substrates without metallic adhesion layers


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