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Double ring structure fabricated on the glass substrate by two-photon-induced metal-ion reduction. (a) Optical microscope image of a silver double ring pattern made by the reduction of an aqueous solution. (b) A gold pattern made by reduction of an solution. (c) Scanning electron micrograph of the gold ring.
The relationship between the voxel diameter and both the laser power and the exposure time. (a) Scanning electron micrograph of voxels formed at different laser powers and exposure times. (b) Dependence of voxel diameter on laser power and exposure time.
Scanning electron micrograph of silver wire and electrode pads for measuring the resistivity of the fabricated metal wire (a), (b). (c) shows a schematic diagram used to estimate the cross-sectional area of the line. (d) shows the relationship between current and applied voltage. Cross-sectional area and length of sample A, B, C, D, and E were (1.66, 1.57), (1.54, 1.16), (1.49, 1.74), (1.31, 2.63), and (, ), respectively.
Scanning electron micrograph of microsized 3-D silver gate structure standing on a glass substrate without any support. The width, height, and linewidth were 12, 16, and , respectively.
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