Applications and leading-edge technology

Jun Taniguchi, Hidetoshi Shinohara, Jun Mizuno, Mitsunori Kokubo, Kazutoshi Yakemoto, Hiroshi Goto

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Abstract

This chapter outlines the advanced nanoimprinting technologies and its applications, and describes the worldwide trends in nanoimprinting technologies and topics related to them. The resolution limit of nanoimprint lithography (NIL) is mentioned, improved nanoimprinting technologies are introduced, and roll-to-roll nanoimprinting technologies are described. The resolution limit of NIL depends on the fineness of the molds used, and the molds are usually fabricated using electron beam lithography. The chapter explains the outline of the thermal imprint process, thermal imprint apparatus and the micro/nano melt transcription molding process. Recently, the amount of research and development on element nanoimprint technologies, including molding, demolding, and removal of residual layer, has been increasing. The imprint resin requires several functionalities, including high resolution, good demolding, and high durability against electrodeposition and dry etching. In contrast, the imprint process has been applied for many electronic, optical, and chemical/biochemical devices.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNanoimprint Technology: Nanotransfer for Thermoplastic and Photocurable Polymers
Publisherwiley
Pages169-205
Number of pages37
ISBN (Electronic)9781118535059
ISBN (Print)9781118359839
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013 Jun 18

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Nanoimprint lithography
Molds
Molding
Dry etching
Electron beam lithography
Transcription
Electrodeposition
Durability
Resins
Hot Temperature

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Taniguchi, J., Shinohara, H., Mizuno, J., Kokubo, M., Yakemoto, K., & Goto, H. (2013). Applications and leading-edge technology. In Nanoimprint Technology: Nanotransfer for Thermoplastic and Photocurable Polymers (pp. 169-205). wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118535059.ch6

Applications and leading-edge technology. / Taniguchi, Jun; Shinohara, Hidetoshi; Mizuno, Jun; Kokubo, Mitsunori; Yakemoto, Kazutoshi; Goto, Hiroshi.

Nanoimprint Technology: Nanotransfer for Thermoplastic and Photocurable Polymers. wiley, 2013. p. 169-205.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Taniguchi, J, Shinohara, H, Mizuno, J, Kokubo, M, Yakemoto, K & Goto, H 2013, Applications and leading-edge technology. in Nanoimprint Technology: Nanotransfer for Thermoplastic and Photocurable Polymers. wiley, pp. 169-205. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118535059.ch6
Taniguchi J, Shinohara H, Mizuno J, Kokubo M, Yakemoto K, Goto H. Applications and leading-edge technology. In Nanoimprint Technology: Nanotransfer for Thermoplastic and Photocurable Polymers. wiley. 2013. p. 169-205 https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118535059.ch6
Taniguchi, Jun ; Shinohara, Hidetoshi ; Mizuno, Jun ; Kokubo, Mitsunori ; Yakemoto, Kazutoshi ; Goto, Hiroshi. / Applications and leading-edge technology. Nanoimprint Technology: Nanotransfer for Thermoplastic and Photocurable Polymers. wiley, 2013. pp. 169-205
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