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Continuous roll imprinting of moth-eye antireflection surface using anodic porous alumina and multi-functionalities on the moth-eye surface
Author(s): Yoshihiro Uozu
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Paper Abstract

Moth-eye surfaces can prevent reflection with minute unevenness structure of nanometer size. A nano-imprinting process, which generates minute patterns of polymers using a mold, is a promising candidate for a high-throughput patterning process. In the present report, first of all, I describe the nano-imprinting processes based on the highly ordered anodic porous alumina. Anodic porous alumina, which is formed by the anodization of Al in acidic solution, is a typical naturally occurring ordered material. The Anodic porous alumina can be formed even on the curved surface. We have been researching a continuous manufacturing process of the moth-eye surfaces on polymer films with the roll molds. Second, I mention optical characteristics of the moth-eye surfaces. Third, I report multi-functionalities of the moth-eye surfaces.

Paper Details

Date Published: 28 February 2020
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 11277, Organic Photonic Materials and Devices XXII, 112770A (28 February 2020); doi: 10.1117/12.2543471
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Yoshihiro Uozu, Mitsubishi Chemical Corp. (Japan)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 11277:
Organic Photonic Materials and Devices XXII
Christopher E. Tabor; François Kajzar; Toshikuni Kaino, Editor(s)

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