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Thickness oscillations in a self-assembled PS-b-PMMA film on a Si substrate

Author: Mrs. Denise Erb

Organization: Deutsches Elektronensynchrotron

Scan size: 10 x 10 µm

Probes used: HA_NC

Pyramidal Germanium quantum dots that are formed during the growth at the rim of a pit that was etched into the Si substrate. The color coding of the image (that is the same as No. 81) shows the local surface slope (inclination) with respect to the (001) substrate surface.

Author: Dr. Martyna Grydlik
Organization: University of Linz
Scan size: 800 x 800 nm
Probes used: HA_NC

 

Image of a dislocated Silicon-Germanium quantum dot grown on a Si(001) substrate.
To reveal the true nature and character of this quantum dot as a first step based on the height image the first derivative in x-direction was generated. Hereafter, the local surface slope with respect to the substrate plane was calculated.
 
Author: Dr. Moritz Brehm
Organization: Institute of Semiconductor and Solid State Physics
Scan size: 1.3x1.3 µm
Probes used: HA_NC
The AFM images of surface of cold substrate after process of laser deposition of pyrolitic graphite.
Forming ring-like structures.
 
Author: Mrs. Stella Kutrovskaya
Organization: Vladimir State University
Scan size: 50x50 um
Probes used: HA_NC
The remaining polystyrene block of a thin film of the diblock copolymer PS-b-PMMA on Si, after microphase separation and removal of the polymetylmethacrylate block.
 
Author: Mrs. Denise Erb
Organization: Deutsches Elektronensynchrotron
Scan size: 10 x 10 µm
Probes used: HA_NC
Fabrication of nanoholes umder Au Thin films for SPR (Surface Plasmon Ressonances)sensors.
 
Author: Ms. Mara Adriana Canesqui
Organization: Center for Semiconductor Components (CCS) of the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brasil
Scan size: 2x2 um
Probes used: HA_NC
Silver deposited by magnetron sputtering onto a self-assembled diblock-copolymer PS-b-PMMA thin film.
 
Author: Mrs. Denise Erb
Organization: Deutsches Elektronensynchrotron
Scan size: 1 x 1 µm
Probes used: HA_NC

 

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