Jakub Jurczyk

Jakub Jurczyk
Spanish National Research Council | CSIC · Institute of Materials Science of Aragón

PhD. Physics

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Additional affiliations
May 2017 - June 2021
Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
October 2016 - December 2021
October 2011 - September 2016

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Recent developments in nanoprinting using focused electron beams have created a need to develop analysis methods for the products of electron-induced fragmentation of different metalorganic compounds. The original approach used here is termed focused-electron-beam-induced mass spectrometry (FEBiMS). FEBiMS enables the investigation of the fragmenta...
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Nanostructured materials made from group 10 (Ni, Pd, Pt) and group 11 (Cu, Ag, Au) elements have outstanding technological relevance in microelectronics, nano-optics, catalysis, and energy conversion. Processes that allow for the easy and reliable fabrication of such nanostructures are heavily sought after. Focused electron beam induced deposition...
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A study of Ti3Al1−xSixC2 (x = 0 to x = 1) MAX-phase alloys is reported. The materials were obtained from mixtures of Ti3AlC2 and Ti3SiC2 powders with hot pressing sintering technique. They were characterised with X-ray diffraction, heat capacity, electrical resistivity, and magnetoresistance measurements. The results show a good quality crystal str...
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High-resolution metallic nanostructures can be fabricated with multistep processes, such as electron beam lithography or ice lithography. The gas-assisted direct-write technique known as focused electron beam induced deposition (FEBID) is more versatile than the other candidates. However, it suffers from low throughput. This work presents the combi...
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Recent progress in manufacturing now enables the efficient fabrication of complex oxide-glass components at the micrometer– to sub-micrometer scale. This benefits both the industry and fundamental research as such miniature glass parts have numerous applications. However, at these length-scales, the mechanical properties of glasses can no longer be...
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A comparative study of vacuum versus ambient pressure inert gas thermogravimetry was performed on silver carboxylates compounds. Some of the complexes from this group have been previously successfully applied as precursors for both chemical vapour deposition and electron beam-induced deposition. Considerable differences were found between the therm...
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Focused electron beam induced deposition is a versatile tool for the direct fabrication of complex-shaped nanostructures with unprecedented shape fidelity and resolution. While the technique is well-established for various materials, the direct electron beam writing of silver is still in its infancy. Here, five different silver carboxylates, three...
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The electron induced modification of volatile physisorbed metalorganic molecules is the key process in focused electron beam induced deposition (FEBID). In this work, the perfluorinated copper carboxylate [Cu2(μ-O2CC2F5)4], (Cu2(pfp)4), was implemented in FEBID as it has the highest metal to carbon ratio Cu:C = 1:6 compared to other Cu-precursors u...
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Focused electron beam induced deposition using the heteroleptic complex (η³-C3H5)Ru(CO)3Br as a precursor resulted in deposition of material with Ru content of 23 at%. TEM images indicated a nanogranular structure of pure Ru nanocrystals, embedded into a matrix containing carbon, oxygen and bromine. The deposits were purified by annealing in a reac...
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Carboxylates constitute an extremely promising class of precursor compounds for the electron beam induced deposition of silver. In this work both silver 2,2-dimethylbutyrate and silver pentafluoropropionate were investigated with respect to their dwell-time-dependent deposition behavior and growth characteristics. While silver 2,2-dimethylbutyrate...
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Focused electron beam induced deposition (FEBID) is a flexible direct-write method to obtain defined structures with a high lateral resolution. In order to use this technique in application fields such as plasmonics, suitable precursors which allow the deposition of desired materials have to be identified. Well known for its plasmonic properties, s...
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Additional information on the calculation of the deposit resistivity, the beam profile, the radial BSE distribution and autocatalytic growth behavior.
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Direct writing utilizing a focused electron beam constitutes an interesting alternative to resist based techniques, as it allows for precise and flexible growth onto any conductive substrate in a single-step process. One important challenge, however, is the identification of appropriate precursors which allow for deposition of the material of choic...

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