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Speed Investigations toward an Industrial Application of Optical Trap Assisted Nanopatterning

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Abstract

Optical trap assisted nanopatterning is a viable method of producing parallel nanoscale features over rough surfaces and large areas. The maximum writing speed on various surfaces is elucidated to evaluate the performance of the method.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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