Advances in Solid State Physics 48 by Rolf Haug

By Rolf Haug

The 2008 Spring assembly of the Arbeitskreis Festkörperphysik used to be held in Berlin, Germany, among February 24 and February 29, 2008 along with the 72nd Annual assembly of the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. The 2008 assembly was once the most important physics assembly in Europe and one of the greatest physics conferences on the earth in 2008.

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The examination of several simple shapes of microstructure patterns revealed that the here shown simple rectangular stripe of photoresist are very effective to create a well ordered fracture pattern. An advantage of this structure is that it needs only a minimal requirement to be formed by a microstructuring process. The dimension of the strip appears to be a guiding factor for the design of the pattern at which the crack follows. For a 10 μm stripe width, for example, the cracks are very well defined, equidistantly distributed (about 20 cracks in a zig zag shape).

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