Dip Pen Nanolithography

 

A method for nanoscale patterning of surfaces by the transfer of a material from the tip of an atomic force microscope onto the surface. Developed by Professor Chad A. Mirkin, the DPN allows researchers to precisely lay down or "write" chemicals, metals, biological macromolecules, and other molecular "inks" with nanometer dimensions and precision on a surface.

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A direct-write soft lithography technique that is used to create nanostructures on a substrate of interest by delivering collections of molecules via capillary transport from an AFM tip to a surface.

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The probe of an atomic force microscope (see AFM) is used for a direct writing process on the nanometer scale with a suitable ink in which the probe was previously immersed.

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An AFM-based soft-lithography technique. See example at Surface science in the Mirkin Group

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A direct-write soft lithography technique that is used to create nanostructures on a substrate of interest by delivering collections of molecules via capillary transport from an AFM tip to a surface.

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An AFM-based soft-lithography technique. See example at Surface science in the Mirkin Group

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A method for nanoscale patterning of surfaces by the transfer of a material from the tip of a scanning probe microscope onto the surface.

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