By B. Iomar. Bacone College. 2017.
In this way discount 625 mg augmentin otc, a glass with extremely uni- form, parallel, hollow channels is obtained (Tonucci et al. A scanning elec- tron micrograph (SEM) of nanochannel glass having a channel diameter of 0. The thickness of the polished and etched channel glass wafers is dependent on the diameter of the channels and the etching conditions. Wafers can generally be etched if the thickness is less than 2000 times the channel diameter. For 1-mm diameter channels, this means that a realistic overall thickness is about 2 mm. This is an im- portant parameter since in the fabrication of the electrode array to be used in the IRP, a spherical surface must be ground and polished on one side of the array to 32 Dean Scribner and colleagues Figure 2. Since the inner surface of a typical human eyeball has a concave radius of curvature of about 12 mm, it is necessary to grind and polish a convex, 12-mm radius of curvature on the electrode array. To perform such an op- eration successfully, the array must have a thickness b1 mm. If the channel diameter is less than a micrometer, the aspect ratio of the channels is necessarily greater than 1000. Nanochannel glass is the only technology available at present that can provide uniform, hollow channels having such large aspect ratios. Once a nanochannel glass or microchannel glass template having the desired channel diameter and length is obtained, the next step in the fabrication of an elec- trode array is the deposition of metal nanowires or microwires in the channels. Elec- trodeposition of metal nanowire arrays using nanochannel glass templates has been described previously (Nguyen et al. In this work, arrays of uniform, continu- ous nickel wires having diameter of 250 nm were fabricated.
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