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Printable medium for the etching of silicon dioxide and silicon nitride layers

The present invention relates to a novel printable etching medium having non-Newtonian flow behavior for the etching of surfaces in the production of solar cells and to the use thereof. In particular, the invention relates to corresponding particle-containing compositions by means of which extremely fine structures can be etched very selectively without damaging or attacking adjacent areas.

ChemInform Abstract: Alternative Dielectrics to Silicon Dioxide for Memory and Logic Devices

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Synthesis of Graphene on Silicon Dioxide by a Solid Carbon Source

We report on a method for the fabrication of graphene on a silicon dioxide substrate by solid-state dissolution of an overlying stack of a silicon carbide and a nickel thin film. The carbon dissolves in the nickel by rapid thermal annealing. Upon cooling, the carbon segregates to the nickel surface forming a graphene layer over the entire nickel surface. By wet etching of the nickel layer, the graphene layer was allowed to settle on the original substrate. Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) as well as Raman spectroscopy has been performed for characterization of the layers. Further insight into the morphology of the layers has been gained by Raman mapping indicating micrometer-size graphene grains. Devices for electrical measurement have been manufactured exhibiting a modulation of the transfer current by backgate electric fields. The presented approach allows for mass fabrication of polycrystalline graphene without transfer steps while using only CMOS compatible process steps.


 

 

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