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developed a glancing angle deposition (GLAD) technique to generate Si[O.sub.2] nanorods for a low-cost superhydrophobic functional nanostructured surface.
Brett, "Microchannels filled with diverse microand nanostructures fabricated by glancing angle deposition," Lab on a Chip - Miniaturisation for Chemistry and Biology, vol.
Glancing Angle Deposition of Thin Films: Engineering the Nanoscale
Hawkeye, Taschuk, and Brett describe glancing angle deposition as a simple method to fabricate nanostructured columnar architectures using existing and prevalent physical vapor deposition processes such a sputtering or evaporation, while requiring only minor modifications to enable carefully controlled substrate tilt and rotation.
Brett, "Sculptured thin films and glancing angle deposition: growth mechanics and applications," Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, vol.
[26] used glancing angle deposition to produce three-dimensional structures that enhance the localized surface plasmon resonances (LSPR).
Lu, "Novel nano-column and nano-flower arrays by glancing angle deposition," Nano Letters, vol.
Knorr and Hoffman firstly discovered a new kind of evaporation technology, named as glancing angle deposition (GLAD).
Glancing angle deposition at cryogenic temperatures created a nanorod sample that has significantly different morphological properties than a similar sample grown at room temperature.
A powerful means worthwhile mentioning in producing SERS substrate is the glancing angle deposition (GLAD) technique, which is capable of producing one-dimensional (1D) nanostructures of various morphologies [14-17].