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Directed self-assembly of block copolymers for nano-manufacturing, edited by Roel Gronheid and Paul Nealey

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Directed self-assembly of block copolymers for nano-manufacturing
Title
Directed self-assembly of block copolymers for nano-manufacturing
Statement of responsibility
edited by Roel Gronheid and Paul Nealey
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The directed self-assembly (DSA) method of patterning for microelectronics uses polymer phase-separation to generate features of less than 20nm, with the positions of self-assembling materials externally guided into the desired pattern. Directed self-assembly of Block Co-polymers for Nano-manufacturing reviews the design, production, applications and future developments needed to facilitate the widescale adoption of this promising technology. Beginning with a solid overview of the physics and chemistry of block copolymer (BCP) materials, Part 1 covers the synthesis of new materials and new
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N$T
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547/.84
Index
index present
LC call number
QD382.B5
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Gronheid, Roel
  • Nealey, Paul
Series statement
Woodhead Publishing series in electronic and optical materials
Series volume
number 83
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  • Block copolymers
  • Self-assembly (Chemistry)
  • Nanomanufacturing
  • SCIENCE
  • Block copolymers
  • Nanomanufacturing
  • Self-assembly (Chemistry)
Label
Directed self-assembly of block copolymers for nano-manufacturing, edited by Roel Gronheid and Paul Nealey
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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multicolored
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Directed Self-assembly of Block Copolymers for Nano-manufacturing; Copyright; Contents; List of contributors; Woodhead Publishing Series in Electronic and Optical Materials; Part One: Physics and chemistry of block copolymer (BCP) materials ; Chapter 1: Physics of block copolymers from bulk to thin films; 1.1 . Introduction; 1.2 . Order-disorder transition of block copolymers; 1.2.1 . Disordered state; 1.2.2 . Weak segregation limit in ordered state; 1.2.3 . Strong segregation limit in ordered state; 1.2.4 . Phase diagram obtained by using self-consistent field theory
  • 1.3 . Morphologies of diblock copolymer/homopolymer mixtures1.4 . Dynamics of phase transition in block copolymers; 1.5 . Structures of block copolymer in thin films; 1.5.1 . Free energy of block copolymer thin film; 1.5.2 . Effect of surface energy term; F surface ; 1.5.3 . Effect of bulk energy term F bulk ; 1.6 . Conclusion; References; Chapter 2: RAFT synthesis of block copolymers and their self-assembly properties; 2.1 . RAFT process description; 2.2 . Polymerization process details; 2.2.1 . In situ process analysis; 2.3 . RAFT end-group catalytic radical reduction
  • 2.4 . Block Copolymer In situ Topcoat Applications2.5 . DSA Applications; 2.6 . High chi block copolymers; 2.7 . Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 3: Thermal and solvent annealing of block copolymer films; 3.1 . Introduction; 3.2 . Thermal annealing of BCPs films; 3.2.1 . Fundamental consideration; 3.2.2 . Film thickness effect and temperature gradient; 3.2.3 . Crystallization behavior induced by thermal annealing; 3.3 . Solvent annealing of BCPs films; 3.3.1 . Fundamental consideration; 3.3.2 . Factors affecting the annealing process
  • 3.3.3 . Combination of solvent annealing and thermal annealing3.4 . Summary and outlook; References; Chapter 4: Field-theoretic simulations and self-consistent field theory for studying block copolymer directed self-assembly; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Overview of field-theory-based simulations of block copolymer DSA; 4.3 Chemoepitaxy modeling; 4.4 Graphoepitaxy modeling; 4.4.1 Cylinders in a rectangular trench; 4.4.2 Contact hole shrink; 4.5 Summary and outlook; References; Part Two: Templates and patterning for directed self-assembly
  • Chapter 5: Directed self-oriented self-assembly of block copolymers using topographical surfaces5.1 . Introduction; 5.2 . Control of interfacial interactions; 5.3 . Graphoepitaxy; 5.3.1 . Fabrication of topographical surfaces; 5.3.2 . Geometry with deep patterning; 5.3.2.1 . Deep trench surfaces; 5.3.2.2 . Post surfaces; 5.3.2.3 . Other surfaces; 5.3.3 . Geometry with minimal patterning; 5.3.3.1 . Faceted surfaces; 5.3.3.2 . Shallow trench surfaces; 5.4 . Application of BCPs guided by topographical surfaces; 5.5 . Summary and outlook; References
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1 online resource.
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9780081002612
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(OCoLC)914229807
Label
Directed self-assembly of block copolymers for nano-manufacturing, edited by Roel Gronheid and Paul Nealey
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Directed Self-assembly of Block Copolymers for Nano-manufacturing; Copyright; Contents; List of contributors; Woodhead Publishing Series in Electronic and Optical Materials; Part One: Physics and chemistry of block copolymer (BCP) materials ; Chapter 1: Physics of block copolymers from bulk to thin films; 1.1 . Introduction; 1.2 . Order-disorder transition of block copolymers; 1.2.1 . Disordered state; 1.2.2 . Weak segregation limit in ordered state; 1.2.3 . Strong segregation limit in ordered state; 1.2.4 . Phase diagram obtained by using self-consistent field theory
  • 1.3 . Morphologies of diblock copolymer/homopolymer mixtures1.4 . Dynamics of phase transition in block copolymers; 1.5 . Structures of block copolymer in thin films; 1.5.1 . Free energy of block copolymer thin film; 1.5.2 . Effect of surface energy term; F surface ; 1.5.3 . Effect of bulk energy term F bulk ; 1.6 . Conclusion; References; Chapter 2: RAFT synthesis of block copolymers and their self-assembly properties; 2.1 . RAFT process description; 2.2 . Polymerization process details; 2.2.1 . In situ process analysis; 2.3 . RAFT end-group catalytic radical reduction
  • 2.4 . Block Copolymer In situ Topcoat Applications2.5 . DSA Applications; 2.6 . High chi block copolymers; 2.7 . Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 3: Thermal and solvent annealing of block copolymer films; 3.1 . Introduction; 3.2 . Thermal annealing of BCPs films; 3.2.1 . Fundamental consideration; 3.2.2 . Film thickness effect and temperature gradient; 3.2.3 . Crystallization behavior induced by thermal annealing; 3.3 . Solvent annealing of BCPs films; 3.3.1 . Fundamental consideration; 3.3.2 . Factors affecting the annealing process
  • 3.3.3 . Combination of solvent annealing and thermal annealing3.4 . Summary and outlook; References; Chapter 4: Field-theoretic simulations and self-consistent field theory for studying block copolymer directed self-assembly; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Overview of field-theory-based simulations of block copolymer DSA; 4.3 Chemoepitaxy modeling; 4.4 Graphoepitaxy modeling; 4.4.1 Cylinders in a rectangular trench; 4.4.2 Contact hole shrink; 4.5 Summary and outlook; References; Part Two: Templates and patterning for directed self-assembly
  • Chapter 5: Directed self-oriented self-assembly of block copolymers using topographical surfaces5.1 . Introduction; 5.2 . Control of interfacial interactions; 5.3 . Graphoepitaxy; 5.3.1 . Fabrication of topographical surfaces; 5.3.2 . Geometry with deep patterning; 5.3.2.1 . Deep trench surfaces; 5.3.2.2 . Post surfaces; 5.3.2.3 . Other surfaces; 5.3.3 . Geometry with minimal patterning; 5.3.3.1 . Faceted surfaces; 5.3.3.2 . Shallow trench surfaces; 5.4 . Application of BCPs guided by topographical surfaces; 5.5 . Summary and outlook; References
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914229807
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1 online resource.
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9780081002612
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)914229807

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