Haque, MS and Teo, KB and Rupensinghe, NL and Ali, SZ and Haneef, I and Maeng, S and Park, J and Udrea, F and Milne, WI (2008) On-chip deposition of carbon nanotubes using CMOS microhotplates. Nanotechnology, 19. 025607-. ISSN 0957-4484Full text not available from this repository.
The direct deposition of carbon nanotubes on CMOS microhotplates is demonstrated in this paper. Tungsten microhotplates, fabricated on thin SOI membranes aside CMOS control circuitry, are used to locally grow carbon nanotubes by chemical vapour deposition. Unlike bulk heating of the entire chip, which could cause degradation to CMOS devices and interconnects due to high growth temperatures in excess of 500 °C, this novel technique allows carbon nanotubes to be grown on-chip in localized regions. The microfabricated heaters are thermally isolated from the rest of the CMOS chip as they are on the membranes. This allows carbon nanotubes to be grown alongside CMOS circuitry on the same wafer without any external heating, thus enabling new applications (e.g. smart gas sensing) where the integration of CMOS and carbon nanotubes is required.
|Divisions:||Div B > Solid State Electronics and Nanoscale Science|
Div B > Electronics, Power & Energy Conversion
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