|Title||Sacrificial-post templating method for block copolymer self-assembly.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Authors||Tavakkoli, AKG, Nicaise, SM, Hannon, AF, Gotrik, KW, Alexander-Katz, A, Ross, CA, Berggren, KK|
|Journal||Small (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany)|
|Pagination||493 - 418|
A sacrificial-post templating method is presented for directing block copolymer self-assembly to form nanostructures consisting of monolayers and bilayers of microdomains. In this approach, the topographical post template is removed after self-assembly and therefore is not incorporated into the final microdomain pattern. Arrays of nanoscale holes of different shapes and symmetries, including mesh structures and perforated lamellae with a bimodal pore size distribution, are produced. The ratio of the pore sizes in the bimodal distributions can be varied via the template pitch, and agrees with predictions of self consistent field theory.