New nanoglue is thin and supersticky

Engineers at the University of California, Davis, have invented a superthin nanoglue that could be used in new-generation microchip fabrication. Conventional glues form a thick layer between two surfaces, while the new nanoglue, which conducts heat and can be printed, or applied, in patterns, forms a layer the thickness of only a few molecules.

New nanoglue is thin and supersticky

Engineers at the University of California, Davis, have invented a superthin "nanoglue" that could be used in new-generation microchip fabrication.

Mon 5 Mar 12 from Phys.org

New nanoglue is thin, supersticky, Mon 5 Mar 12 from R&D Mag

New nanoglue is thin and supersticky, Mon 5 Mar 12 from ScienceDaily

Nanoglue could be used to fabricate computer chips

Engineers at UC Davis have invented a so-called nanoglue that could be used in microchip fabrication.

Tue 6 Mar 12 from The Engineer

Nanoglue Holds Promise for Next-Gen Microchips

Engineers have invented a super thin ?nanoglue? that could be used in new-generation microchip fabrication.

Tue 6 Mar 12 from Laboratory Equipment

UC Davis Researchers Develop Ultrathin, Supersticky Nanoglue

By Cameron Chai A research team comprising Tingrui Pan and his colleagues from the University of California, Davis has developed an ultrathin 'nanoglue,' which finds applications in the fabrication...

Tue 6 Mar 12 from AZoNano

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