Direct writing of copper micropatterns using near-infrared femtosecond laser-pulse-induced reduction of glyoxylic acid copper complex

Mizue Mizoshiri, Keiko Aoyama, Akira Uetsuki, Tomoji Ohishi

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We have fabricated Cu-based micropatterns in an ambient environment using femtosecond laser direct writing to reduce a glyoxylic acid Cu complex spin-coated onto a glass substrate. To do this, we scanned a train of focused femtosecond laser pulses over the complex film in air, following which the non-irradiated complex was removed by rinsing the substrates with ethanol. A minimum line width of 6.1 μm was obtained at a laser-pulse energy of 0.156 nJ and scanning speeds of 500 and 1000 μm/s. This line width is significantly smaller than that obtained in previous work using a CO2 laser. In addition, the lines are electrically conducting. However, the minimum resistivity of the line pattern was 2.43 × 10-6 Ωm, which is ~10 times greater than that of the pattern formed using the CO2 laser. An X-ray diffraction analysis suggests that the balance between reduction and re-oxidation of the glyoxylic acid Cu complex determines the nature of the highly reduced Cu patterns in the ambient air.

元の言語English
記事番号401
ジャーナルMicromachines
10
発行部数6
DOI
出版物ステータスPublished - 2019 6 1

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Ultrashort pulses
Linewidth
Infrared radiation
Copper
Acids
Lasers
Substrates
Air
X ray diffraction analysis
Laser pulses
Ethanol
Scanning
Glass
Oxidation

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  • Control and Systems Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Direct writing of copper micropatterns using near-infrared femtosecond laser-pulse-induced reduction of glyoxylic acid copper complex. / Mizoshiri, Mizue; Aoyama, Keiko; Uetsuki, Akira; Ohishi, Tomoji.

:: Micromachines, 巻 10, 番号 6, 401, 01.06.2019.

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