High-Aspect-Ratio Metallic Nanostructures for Transparent Electrodes

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2012-01-01
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Liu, Xinyu
Constant, Kristen
Russell, Alan
Ho, Kai-Ming
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Ames National LaboratoryPhysics and AstronomyMaterials Science and Engineering
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Metallic nanowire arrays having high optical transmission and electric conductivity show promise for use as transparent electrodes. Transparent electrodes require high transmission of visible light and good electrical conductivity for charge transfer. High-aspectratio metallic nanowires for transparent electrode applications can be fabricated by e-beam angular deposition on polymer templates. These polymer templates are made with interference holography and nanoimprinting using a polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) mold. The details of the fabrication processes including interference holography, micro-transfer molding, nanoimprint, and shadow angle depositions will be discussed.

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This is a chapter from “High-Aspect Ratio Metallic Nanostructures for Transparent Electrodes”, J.-M. Park, X. Liu, W. Leung, K. Constant, A. Russell, and K.-M. Ho, in Vistas in Nanofabrication, Edited by Faiz Rahman, Pan Stanford Publishing Pte. Ltd., 2012, pp. 133-146. Reprinted with permission.

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