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Semiconductors & Integrated Circuits
Semiconductors Integrated Circuits
Atomic Layer Chemical Patterns For Block Copolymer Assembly
WARF: P150238US02

Inventors: Zhenqiang Ma, Paul Nealey, Michael Arnold, Robert Jacobberger, Tzu-Hsuan Chang, Shisheng Xiong

The Invention
Provided herein are methods of directed self-assembly (DSA) on atomic layer chemical patterns and related compositions. The atomic layer chemical patterns may be formed from two-dimensional materials such as graphene. The atomic layer chemical patterns provide high resolution, low defect directed self-assembly. For example, DSA on a graphene pattern can be used achieve ten times the resolution of DSA that is achievable on a three-dimensional pattern such as a polymer brush. Assembly of block copolymers on the atomic layer chemical patterns may also facilitate subsequent etch, as the atomic layer chemical patterns are easier to etch than conventional pattern materials.
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