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Problem Addressed

Shrinking the size of transistors for integrated circuits is a primary concern for the semiconductor fabrication industry. However, standard mico and nanoscale fabrication techniques such as photolithography and scanning electron-beam lithography are limited by low throughput or the challenges of increasing the numerical aperture without a reduction of light source intensity. A promising solution to overcoming these limitations is to use block copolymers assembled using a background template.