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DATE

1998-08

AUTHORS

F. Schlottig, M. Textor, N. D. Spencer, K. Sekinger, U. Schnaut, J.-F. Paulet

ABSTRACT

Generating submicron objects made of nanostructured materials is one of the challenges of nanotechnology. A method for producing micron-sized structures without the use of lithographic techniques has been developed. Electrochemical deposition of metals into nanometer-wide parallel pores of porous anodic oxide films on aluminium is used to produce micro- to nano-wires or -tip arrays. The nanoscale structures and the structuring procedure have been investigated by the examination of lateral and cross-sectional specimens by SEM, EDS and XPS. The investigations show the feasibility of generating films with a variety of different compositions, a high density of tips, and tip diameters in the range of 30–150 nm. Furthermore, impedance spectroscopy was used to characterize the properties of the nanostructured surface. The results show a structure and composition dependent behavior due to the large (electrochemically) active surface area. More... »

PAGES

684-686

Journal

TITLE

Journal of Analytical Chemistry

ISSUE

6-7

VOLUME

361

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s002160050992

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