Noun(1) a planographic printing process using plates made from a photographic image
(1) For this we utilize photolithography in combination with a recently described polymer lift-off technique.(2) This mask is then used in a process called photolithography to deposit the portraits in aluminium on to a wafer of silicon.(3) This overall approach has better three-dimensional capabilities and is more flexible and biocompatible than either photolithography or microcontact printing.(4) Core technologies of a company include high-resolution photolithography , microminiature 2-D and 3-D electro-forming, thin-film vacuum deposition, and ion-beam etching.(5) In the first, DNA is spotted onto a glass slide; in the second, oligonucleotides of 15-30 nucleic acid base pairs are synthesised on to a silica slide by a process known as photolithography .(6) It describes a patent for deep ultraviolet photolithographically defined ultra-thin films for selective cell adhesion and outgrowth and a method of manufacturing the same.(7) But these design changes are mapped against simultaneous photolithographic process changes that have taken the minimum feature size of a chip from 0.6 micron down to 90 nanometers over the course of a decade.(8) In Litany, he transposes pages from the passbook into photolithographic prints.(9) Modern photolithographic publications, such as those privately printed by Duanfang, argued for new attributions.(10) To reduce lateral dimensions and reliance on critical photolithographically defined masking steps, the base electrode is formed to have a lateral base electrode extension that extends along a surface of the substrate.(11) We present a new method for creating patches of fluid lipid bilayers with conjugated biotin and other compounds down to 1 m resolution using a photolithographically patterned polymer lift-off technique.(12) In particular, we can define geometries by using reactive ion etching to photolithographically pattern a structural material such as silicon nitride deposited on the top of a silicon wafer.(13) For microscopic observations, cells were placed in a rectangular channel 100 m wide, 30 m deep, and 12 mm long, with gold-plated electrode walls, microfabricated with photolithographic methods on a glass microscope slide.(14) Although this is near the photolithographic resolution limit, electron-beam lithography should be able to pattern at smaller resolution, potentially at or below 100 nm.
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