The Resource Three-dimensional microfabrication using two-photon polymerization : fundamentals, technology, and applications, edited by Tommaso Baldacchini

Three-dimensional microfabrication using two-photon polymerization : fundamentals, technology, and applications, edited by Tommaso Baldacchini

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Three-dimensional microfabrication using two-photon polymerization : fundamentals, technology, and applications
Title
Three-dimensional microfabrication using two-photon polymerization : fundamentals, technology, and applications
Statement of responsibility
edited by Tommaso Baldacchini
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eng
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N$T
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671.3/5
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index present
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TJ1191.5
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Micro & nano technologies series
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Three-dimensional microfabrication using two-photon polymerization : fundamentals, technology, and applications, edited by Tommaso Baldacchini
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Foreword: Here, a small step toward a grand vision; Introduction; References; 1 -- Laser Direct Writing for Additive Micro-Manufacturing; Chapter 1.1 -- Laser-based micro-additive manufacturing technologies; 1 -- Beyond photolithography: direct-write microfabrication; 2 -- Introduction to nonlithographic microfabrication techniques; 3 -- Laser-based microfabrication; 3.1 -- Advantages of laser-based techniques for 3D microfabrication; 3.2 -- Laser micromachining; 4 -- Laser-based additive microfabrication
  • 3.1 -- Reducing the thickness of the layers3.2 -- Avoiding local degradations of the vertical resolution; 3.3 -- Improving the lateral resolution; 4 -- Microstereolithography techniques based on a scanning principle; 5 -- Microstereolithography techniques based on a projection principle; 6 -- Microstereolithography processes having a submicrometer resolution; 6.1 -- Two-photon microstereolithography; 6.2 -- One-photon under-the-surface microstereolithography; 7 -- Microfabrication with microstereolithography; 7.1 -- Microstereolithography components containing inserts
  • 3.2 -- Cross-linking systems4 -- Effect of polymerization conditions on the polymerization kinetics; 4.1 -- Viscosity effect; 4.2 -- Oxygen effect; 4.3 -- Polymerization in the dark (postcuring effect); 5 -- Effect of monomer functionality and structure; 6 -- Concluding remarks; Acknowledgment; References; Chapter 3 -- Reaction mechanisms and in situ process diagnostics; 1 -- Introduction; 2 -- Initiation; 2.1 -- Threshold behavior; 2.2 -- Multiphoton absorption; 2.3 -- Excitation mechanisms; 2.4 -- Sample heating; 3 -- Polymerization; 3.1 -- Monomer conversion; 3.2 -- Oxygen inhibition
  • 3.3 -- Diffusion processes
  • 4.1 -- Laser chemical vapor deposition4.2 -- Laser-induced forward transfer; 5 -- 2D microfabrication by LIFT; 5.1 -- Printing of functional materials; 5.1.1 -- LIFT of nanoinks; 5.1.2 -- LIFT of entire functional devices; 5.2 -- Printing of high-viscosity nanopastes for congruent transfers; 5.3 -- Printing of freestanding structures; 6 -- 3D microfabrication by LIFT; 7 -- Parallelizing the LIFT process; 8 -- Summary; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 1.2 -- Microstereolithography; 1 -- Introduction; 2 -- Rapid prototyping and stereolithography; 3 -- Improving stereolithography resolution
  • 7.2 -- Microstereolithography of composite materials7.3 -- Microstereolithography components for biomedical applications; 8 -- Conclusions; References; Chapter 1.3 -- Fundamentals of two-photon fabrication; 1 -- Introduction; 2 -- Nonlinear absorption; 3 -- Photoresists; 4 -- Direct fabrication in other materials; 5 -- Other strategies; References; Chapter 2 -- Free radical photopolymerization of multifunctional monomers; 1 -- Introduction; 2 -- Polymerization stages and rate equations; 3 -- Effect of diffusional processes on propagation and termination steps; 3.1 -- Linear systems
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