1 article(s) from Mitsuishi, Kazutaka
SEM images of gold nanoparticles (diameter = 50 nm) placed over the Si substrate in the first step,...
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Distribution of the distance between particles.
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SEM images of gold nanoparticles, the diameters of which are (a) 100 nm and (b) 20 nm, fixed on the...
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Distribution of points at which electrons arrive at the substrate surface due to scattering in the ...
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SEM images of gold nanoparticles, the diameter of which is 100 nm, fixed on the Si substrate at acc...
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Distribution of points, at which electrons arrive at the substrate surface due to back-scattering i...
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Width of fixing area as a function of accelerating voltage and scan speed, at a probe current of 3 ...
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SEM images of gold nanoparticles, the diameter of which is 50 nm, fixed by (a) a line scan and (b) ...
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SEM images of gold nanoparticles fixed on (a) Cu and on (b) Si substrates, at an accelerating volta...
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Distance of scattered electron arriving at the surface of the substrate calculated by Monte Carlo m...
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SEM image of silica nanoparticles fixed on a Au-coated Si substrate.
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Schematic illustration of the experimental procedure consisting of (i) the arrangement of gold nano...
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Schematic illustration of the calculation of electron trajectories using Monte Carlo modeling: (1) ...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2017, 8, 1523–1529, doi:10.3762/bjnano.8.153
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