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Sub-100nm Surface Self-organization By Ultrafast Laser Irradiation

Abstract : Driven by local field enhancements enhancing feedback, novel structuring features demonstrate the potential of ultrafast laser for the fabrication of self-organized patterns with a periodic topography well below the diffraction limit. We report the achievement of laser-induced nanocavities that results from the control of a Marangoni convection instability at the nanoscale.
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Jean-Philippe Colombier, A Rudenko, A Nakhoul, A Abou-Saleh, C Maurice, et al.. Sub-100nm Surface Self-organization By Ultrafast Laser Irradiation. CLEO US - Laser Sciences to Photonic Applications, May 2021, San Jose, United States. ⟨ujm-03230424⟩



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