NewsResearchers map non-visible materials at nanoscale with
ultrasound

2nd February 2021by admin0
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The increasing miniaturization of electrical
components in industry requires a new imaging technique at the
nanometre scale. Delft researcher Gerard Verbiest and ASML have
developed a first proof-of-concept method that they now plan to
further develop. The method uses the same principle as ultrasound
scanning in pregnancies, but on a much, much smaller
scale.

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