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Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):

M. Shawrav, M.-H. Chien, H. D. Wanzenböck, E. Bertagnolli, S. Schmid:
"Analysis of direct-write gold nanostructure-purification with nanomechanical scanning absorption microscopy";
Vortrag: nanoFIS 2017 - 3rd International Conference Functional Integrated nano Systems, Graz; 22.11.2017 - 24.11.2017; in: "nanoFIS 2017", (2017), S. 1.



Kurzfassung deutsch:
Focused electron beam induced deposition
(FEBID) is a mask-less, resist-less direct writing
technique which can deposit complex plasmonic
nanostructures in a single process step. Among
various other FEBID materials, gold has already
shown its potential for plasmonic applications
and nanosensors due its favorable electric permittivity
and high electrical conductivity [1-3].
However, low carbon contamination from the in
the FEBID structures are the major barrier of the
wider applications of the method. In this work, we
present various purification strategies which can
cure gold nanostructures [4]. The impact of the
purified structures wll be analyszed via nanomechanical
scanning absorption microscopy (NaScAM),
, which detects the photothermal heating
of individual nanostructures via the thermal frequency
detuning of a nanomechanical resonator
[5].

Kurzfassung englisch:
Focused electron beam induced deposition
(FEBID) is a mask-less, resist-less direct writing
technique which can deposit complex plasmonic
nanostructures in a single process step. Among
various other FEBID materials, gold has already
shown its potential for plasmonic applications
and nanosensors due its favorable electric permittivity
and high electrical conductivity [1-3].
However, low carbon contamination from the in
the FEBID structures are the major barrier of the
wider applications of the method. In this work, we
present various purification strategies which can
cure gold nanostructures [4]. The impact of the
purified structures wll be analyszed via nanomechanical
scanning absorption microscopy (NaScAM),
, which detects the photothermal heating
of individual nanostructures via the thermal frequency
detuning of a nanomechanical resonator
[5].

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