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We demonstrate that reduced graphene oxide (rGO) coated thin aluminum film is an effective optoacoustic transmitter for generating high pressure and high frequency ultrasound previously unattainable by other techniques. The rGO layer of different thickness is deposited between a 100 nm-thick aluminum film and a glass substrate. Under a pulsed laser excitation, the transmitter generates enhanced optoacoustic pressure of 64 times the aluminum-alone transmitter. A promising optoacoustic wave generation is possible by optimizing thermoelasticity of metal film and thermal conductivity of rGO in the proposed transmitter for laser-induced ultrasound (LIUS) applications.
Laser beam can be either absorbed or scattered in porous ceramic material and its optical characteristics need to be understood. Electro-magnetic multiphysics software was used to simulate and understand the actual scattering phenomena in porous materials. 785nm femtosecond laser was irradiated on the surface of ceramic material and strong scattering occurred in drilling process. The computer results showed the scattering and absorption phenomena of Aluminum oxide were a mixture of dielectric and metallic material. The computer simulation showed the laser beam was almost extinct at the aspect rate of 5 approximately.
On behalf of the existing semiconductor process, the electronic devices to low-cost mass production to mass print the way, the research for development of roll-to-roll printing process is actively underway. This study was performed in about the research on the manufacturing technology of the printing roll used in the printing process of electronic devices. The indirect laser imprinting technology was used to create printable roll, and after coating copper on the surface of steel and thereon after coating polymer, after removing the polymer on the surface of roll, the printable roll was made. The laser system and roll feeder system were constructed and control program was developed. We has found the optimal conditions to perform laser patterning experiments using a system developed and We can make the minimum line width of 18 ㎛.
Due to the fact that the dimensions of circuit lines of IC substrates have been forecast to reduce rapidly, engraving the circuit line patterns with laser has emerged as a promising alternative. To engrave circuit line patterns in an IC substrate, we used a projection ablation technique in which a metal (INVAR) mask and a DPSS UV laser instead of an excimer laser are used. Results showed that the circuit line patterns engraved in the IC substrate have a width of about 15μm and a depth of 13μm. This indicates that the projection ablation with a metal mask and a DPSS UV laser could feasibly replace the semi-additive process (SAP).
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