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Rolling particle lithography by soft polymer microparticles
journal contributionposted on 2015-06-11, 12:51 authored by Francesca Di Benedetto, Vito Fasano, Luana Persano, Claudio Maruccio, Elisa MeleElisa Mele, Giovanni Potente, David A. Weitz, Laura De Lorenzis, Dario Pisignano
Elastomeric polymeric microspheres are employed as a direct-writing tool for the continuous delivery of molecular materials. The mechanical properties enabling patterning are investigated and modelled. The proposed approach provides a low cost and versatile lithographic method for transferring features with real-time dynamic control.
L. De Lorenzis acknowledge the support from the Italian MIUR through the project FIRB Futuro in Ricerca 2010 “Structural mechanics models for renewable energy applications” (RBFR107AKG).
- Aeronautical, Automotive, Chemical and Materials Engineering
Published inSOFT MATTER
Pages2206 - 2211 (6)
CitationDI BENEDETTO, F. ... et al, 2013. Rolling particle lithography by soft polymer microparticles. Soft Matter, 9 (7), pp. 2206 - 2211.
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