Self-Organization of Two-Dimensional Highly-Regular Nanowire Meshes on Si (110) – 16×2 Surface

Ie-Hong Hong
National Chiayi University, Chiayi, Taiwan

Series: Nanotechnology Science and Technology
BISAC: TEC027000

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This book presents a novel bottom-up nanofabrication for the self-organization of two-dimensional highly-regular nanowire meshes on a Si(110)-16×2 surface, such as silicon, Au-silicide and Gd-silicide nanomeshes. The structural and electronic properties of these nanomeshes are characterized by scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy. These self-ordered nanomeshes consist of two crossed arrays of parallel-aligned NWs with nearly-identical widths of 1.4~3 nm and periodicity of 5~6 nm and are formed over a mesoscopic area in excess of 0.3 x 0.3 ìm2 , so as to show a high integration density up to ~1012 junctions/cm2. Such an ultrahigh-density nanowire network can serve as a versatile nanotemplate for nanofabrication and nanointegration of the highly-integrated molecular or magnetic silicide crossbar nanomesh on Si(110) surface for a broad range of device applications. (Imprint: Nova)

ABSTRACT

I. INTRODUCTION

II. EXPERIMENTAL

III. CHARACTERIZATION OF ATOMICALLY CLEAN Si(110)¡V16x2 SURFACE

IV. CLARIFICATION OF UPPER Si(110) TERRANCES IDENTICAL TO SILICON NANOWIRES

V. CHARACTERIZATION OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL SELF-ORGANIZED SILICON NANOWIRE NETWORKS

VI. CHARACTERIZATION OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL SELF-ORGANIZED GOLD-SILICIDE NANOWIRE NETWORKS

VII. CHARACTERIZATION OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL SELF-ORGANIZED GADOLINIUM-SILICIDE NANOWIRE NETWORKS

VIII. PROSPECTS OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL SELF-ORGANIZED SILICIDE NANOWIRE NETWORKS

XI. CONCLUSION

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