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By Barton C. Prorok, LaVern Starman, Jennifer Hay, Gordon Shaw III

MEMS and Nanotechnology, quantity eight: court cases of the 2014 Annual convention on Experimental and utilized Mechanics, the 8th quantity of 8 from the convention, brings jointly contributions to this crucial zone of analysis and engineering. the gathering provides early findings and case reviews on quite a lot of components, together with:

Small-Scale Plasticity

MEMS and digital Packaging

Mechanics of Graphene

Interfacial Mechanics

Methods in Measuring Small-Scale Displacements

Organic and Inorganic Nanowires

AFM and Resonant-Based Methods

Thin motion pictures and Nano fibers

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HNA polishing was also observed to reduce the anisotropy present in the DSE-formed cavities. To provide a more planar surface for bonding process, a short chemical mechanical polishing (CMP) could be applied to remove approximately the top 2 μm of the polished surface. 4 Bonded Hemishell Approach to Encapsulate Microdevices in Spheroidal Packages 31 Fig. 6 (a) Cross-section of DSE cavity taken by optical microscope before HNA polishing; the green line represents an ideal hemispherical profile. (b) Cross-sectional profiles of two cavities after 10 min of 10:80:10 HNA polishing Fig.

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At 300 W RF power the SU-8 was removed between the 30 and 60 min etch stops. Final cavity diameters were an average of 640 μm, with 4 Bonded Hemishell Approach to Encapsulate Microdevices in Spheroidal Packages 29 Fig. 3 Etch progression on representative cavity from 200 W Trion RIE run, showing (a) the original mask opening, (b) 30 min etch progression, (c) 60 min etch progression, (d) 90 min etch progression Fig. 4 (a) Zygo® IFM image of a hemispherical cavity etched using the DSE; the bright red ring represents undercutting of the SU-8 mask; blue represents the bottom surface of the silicon cavity.

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