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Three-dimensional electronic surfaces

Sturm, J. C. and Hsu, P. I. and Miller, S. and Gleskova, H. and Darhuber, A. and Huang, M. and Wagner, S. and Troian, S. and Suo, Z. (2001) Three-dimensional electronic surfaces. In: Nonlithographic and lithographic methods for nanofabrication – from ultralarge-scale integration to photonics to molecular electronics. MRS Symposium Proceedings, 636 . Materials Research Society, Warrendale, PA, D11.4.1-D11.4.12.

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Abstract

This chapter looks at three-dimensional electronic surfaces