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Floating Potential Dielectrophoresis Based Assembly of Five Kinds of Nanowires

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In order to improve the assembly efficiency of nano-electron device, this article investigated the assembly and fabrication method for five kinds of nanowires (i.e., Ag nanowire, ZnO nanowire, SWCNT, Cu nanowire and CuO nanowire) nano devices. Assembly of five kinds of nanowire fieldeffect transistors (NWFETs) was realized by floating potential dielectrophoresis (FPDEP) approach. Firstly, FPDEP has been modeled. Secondly, the thickness of SiO2 oxide layer, drain area, peak-topeak voltage imposed on source and gate have been simulated by Comsol Multi-physics software, and the alternating current (AC) voltage frequency of each nanowire in non-uniform electric field has been simulated by Matlab. Finally, the assembly experiment has been conducted, and a novel assembly method that assembles these five kinds of nanowires simultaneously in their mixed solvent was affirmed with a positive outlook.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2016

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