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High molecular weight block copolymer lithography for nanofabrication of hard mask and photonic nanostructures

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High molecular weight block copolymer lithography for nanofabrication of hard mask and photonic nanostructures. / Rasappa, Sozaraj; Hulkkonen, Hanna; Schulte, Lars; Ndoni, Sokol; Reuna, Jarno; Salminen, Turkka; Niemi, Tapio.

julkaisussa: Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, Vuosikerta 534, Nro 15, 2019, s. 420-429.

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Rasappa, S, Hulkkonen, H, Schulte, L, Ndoni, S, Reuna, J, Salminen, T & Niemi, T 2019, 'High molecular weight block copolymer lithography for nanofabrication of hard mask and photonic nanostructures', Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, Vuosikerta. 534, Nro 15, Sivut 420-429.

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Rasappa, Sozaraj ; Hulkkonen, Hanna ; Schulte, Lars ; Ndoni, Sokol ; Reuna, Jarno ; Salminen, Turkka ; Niemi, Tapio. / High molecular weight block copolymer lithography for nanofabrication of hard mask and photonic nanostructures. Julkaisussa: Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 2019 ; Vuosikerta 534, Nro 15. Sivut 420-429.

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abstract = "An unusual dot pattern was realized via self-assembly of high molecular weight polystyrene-block-polydimethylsiloxane (PS-b-PDMS) copolymer by a simple one-step solvent annealing process, optimized based on Hansen solubility parameters. Annealing PS-b-PDMS under neutral solvent vapors at room temperature produces an ordered arrangement of dots with ∼112 nm spacing and ∼54 nm diameter. The template is highly resistant to dry etching with chlorine-based plasma, enabling its utilization on a variety of hard masks and substrates. The self-assembled PDMS dots were further exploited as a template for direct patterning of silicon, metal, and dielectric materials. This nanopatterning methodology circumvents expensive and time-consuming atomic layer deposition, wet processes, and sequential infiltration techniques. Application-wise, we show a process to fabricate nanostructured antireflection surfaces (nanocones) on a 2 in. silicon wafer, reducing the reflectance of planar silicon from 35{\%} to below 0.5{\%} over a broad wavelength range. Alternatively, nanocones made of TiO2 on silicon exhibit low reflectance (<3{\%}) and improved transmittance into the substrate at the visible wavelength range. The measured optical properties concur with the simulation results. The versatility of the PS-b-PDMS templates was further utilized for nanopatterning materials such as silicon-on-insulator substrates, gallium arsenide, aluminum indium phosphide, and gallium nitride, which are important in electronics and photonics.",
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AU - Rasappa, Sozaraj

AU - Hulkkonen, Hanna

AU - Schulte, Lars

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AU - Reuna, Jarno

AU - Salminen, Turkka

AU - Niemi, Tapio

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