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Focused Electron Beam Induced Processing Renders at Room Temperaturea Bose-Einstein Condensate in Koops-GranMat
Pages 50-55
Hans W.P. Koops

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6000/2369-3355.2016.03.02.1

Published: 13 October 2016


Abstract: Focused Electron Beam Induced Processing allows to generate nanocrystalline materials with metallic conductivity and also nanogranular materials with metal crystals embedded in a fullerene matrix, which shows at room temperature 1000 times better conductivity than superconductors at 40 K due to a Bose Einstein Condensate. Resistors and field emitters carry > 50 MA/cm² current density and deliver up to 1 mA current by field emission, when having an enlarged foot point contact to normal metal like Gold. An explanation for the different characteristics is given. The reason for the generation of the Bose Einstein Condensate is explained, and applications are described.

Keywords: Field emission, Focused electron beam induced processing,GDSII-layout exposure control, x,-y,-t,-nested loop exposure control, 3-d e-beam printing, Super conductivity, Cooper pairs, Bose Einstein Condensate, Koops-Pairs, Applications.


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