Laser printing of single nanoparticles

The laser printing of single nanoparticles is a method of applying optical forces that direct single nanoparticles to targeted substrate regions. Van der Waals interactions cause attachment of the single nanoparticles to the substrate areas. This has been accomplished with gold and silicon nanoparticles.[1][2][3][4]


  1. ^ Urban, Alexander S.; Lutich, Andrey A.; Stefani, Fenando D.; Feldmann, Jochen (2010). "Laser Printing Single Gold Nanoparticles" (Free PDF download). Nano Letters. 10 (12): 4794–8. Bibcode:2010NanoL..10.4794U. doi:10.1021/nl1030425. PMID 20957994.
  2. ^ Nedev, Spas; Urban, Alexander S.; Lutich, Andrey A.; Feldmann, Jochen (2011). "Optical Force Stamping Lithography" (Free HTML download from Nano Letters. 11 (11): 5066–70. Bibcode:2011NanoL..11.5066N. doi:10.1021/nl203214n. PMC 3833036. PMID 21992538.
  3. ^ Zywietz, Urs; Evlyukhin, Andrey B.; Reinhardt, Carsten; Chichkov, Boris N. (2014). "Laser printing of silicon nanoparticles with resonant optical electric and magnetic responses". Nature Communications. 5: 3402. Bibcode:2014NatCo...5E3402Z. doi:10.1038/ncomms4402. PMID 24595073.
  4. ^ Masui, Kyoko; Shoji, Satoru; Asaba, Kenji; Rodgers, Thomas C.; Jin, Feng; Duan, Xuan-Ming; Kawata, Satoshi (2011). "Laser fabrication of Au nanorod aggregates microstructures assisted by two-photon polymerization" (Free PDF download). Optics Express. 19 (23): 22786–96. Bibcode:2011OExpr..1922786M. doi:10.1364/OE.19.022786. PMID 22109158.

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