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2D Manipulation of Nanoobjects by Perpendicular Electric Fields: Implications for Nanofabrication

Abstract : The capability of controlling the motion of nanoobjects on a surface would open perspectives in nanofabrication. Here, we show the proof of concept that the displacement of a 2D nanostructure on a surface can be controlled by means of two perpendicular electric fields. With a specifically designed sample holder, we displace a 2D negative island on Si(001) along a close loop, in a low-energy electron microscope. Our technique could be applied to other systems to assemble nanomaterials.
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Stefano Curiotto, F. Cheynis, Pierre Müller, Frédéric Leroy. 2D Manipulation of Nanoobjects by Perpendicular Electric Fields: Implications for Nanofabrication. Acs Applied Nano Materials, 2020, 3 (2), pp.1118-1122. ⟨10.1021/acsanm.9b02517⟩. ⟨hal-02499335⟩

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