Presentation 2005/5/20
Infrared polarization characteristic of Cu nanowires embedded in etched-track membranes
Hiroshi KOSHIKAWA, Yasunari MAEKAWA, Masaru YOSHIDA, Hiroaki USUI,
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Abstract(in English) Infrared polarization characteristics of Cu nanowires were investigated. The nanowires were prepared by electroplating Cu into etched-track nanopores formed in poly (ethylene terephthalate) (PET) film by high energy ^<129>Xe^<23+> ion irradiation followed by sodium hydroxide etching. The irradiation was made at 450MeV to the fluence of 3×10^5ions/cm^2 at an angle tilted by 45° from the normal direction. Cu nanowires of around 1μm thick were formed in 25μm-thick PET films. The infrared spectrometry clearly showed polarization characteristics in the direction normal to the nanowires.
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Keyword(in English) ion beam radiation / ectrochemical plating / etched-track membranes / copper nanowire / infrared polarizer
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Title (in English) Infrared polarization characteristic of Cu nanowires embedded in etched-track membranes
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Keyword(1) ion beam radiation
Keyword(2) ectrochemical plating
Keyword(3) etched-track membranes
Keyword(4) copper nanowire
Keyword(5) infrared polarizer
1st Author's Name Hiroshi KOSHIKAWA
1st Author's Affiliation JAERI()
2nd Author's Name Yasunari MAEKAWA
2nd Author's Affiliation JAERI
3rd Author's Name Masaru YOSHIDA
3rd Author's Affiliation JAERI
4th Author's Name Hiroaki USUI
4th Author's Affiliation Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Date 2005/5/20
Paper # OME2005-24
Volume (vol) vol.105
Number (no) 103
Page pp.pp.-
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