Electron-beam-induced deposition


Electrons are focused on a surface of adsorbed procursor gas molecules. Inelastic collisions generate secondary electrons in the substarte that are re-emitted and dissociate precursor molecules. Nonvolatile products adhere to the surface, and a deposit grows. EBID has sub-10nm resolution.



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