Researchers Explore Plasma-aided Nanofabrication

(July 9, 2007) DUBLIN, Ireland &#151 Analyst firm Research and Markets released “Plasma-aided Nanofabrication: From Plasma Sources to Nano-assembly,” detailing plasma-based processing techniques, carbon-based structures, and quantum confinement elements in nano-fabrication. Ken Ostrikov, Ph.D., University of Sydney (Australia); and Shuyan Xu, professor, Nanyang Technology University (China), authored the summary of plasma tools and processing.

The publication details reactive plasma as a nano-fabrication tool, plasma production and plasma-source development, applications including carbon-based nanostructures and low-dimensional quantum confinement structures and hydroxyapatite bioceramics. Written principally for solid state physicists and chemists, materials scientists, and plasma physicists, the book provides a forecast for each application.


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