Kirigami-style fabrication may enable new 3D nanostructures

06 Apr, 2021

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Strategically placed cuts to structural films can create 3D nanostructures when force is applied to the films, similar to how kirigami cuts made to paper can create pop-up structures. Image: Jennifer M. Mccann/Penn State MRI

Strategically placed cuts to structural films can create 3D nanostructures when force is applied to the films, similar to how kirigami cuts made to paper can create pop-up structures. Image: Jennifer M. Mccann/Penn State MRI

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