Capillary electrode array

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The capillary electrode array (CEA) is a proposed device fabricated from a CMOS design with post-process XeF2 etching.

The most current reference for the CEA is

11775.070113235358.djvu

.

Content summary[edit]

This learning project is focused on the creation of the so-called capillary electrode array device. The development of the system involves the integration of knowledge gained from various learning projects:

Goals[edit]

This learning project offers learning activities to

  • simulate the flow of liquids and molecules on the nanoscale,
  • design CMOS VLSI devices,
  • adapt biomolecules to application in Al-based CMOS processes.

This learning project is intended as research, as the CEA may not have been characterized at this point.

Concepts to learn include:

  • applications of adsorbed molecules to create mesoscale systems with coupled mechanical, thermal, electromagnetic, and chemical phenomena.
  • inkjet printing systems,
  • w:microfabrication.


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Texts[edit]

  • CMOS VLSI Design

Lessons[edit]

  • Lesson 1: ...

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Activities[edit]

  • Activity 1.
  • etc.

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The Capillary Electrode Array (CEA) is a proposed device fabricated from a CMOS design with post-process XeF2 etching.

The most current reference for the CEA is

11775.070113235358.djvu

.

The layers of a standard CMOS fabrication process and their thicknesses.
Formation of CEA opening by XeF2 etching.

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