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We present an unconventional nanoimprinting lithography (NIL) method to fabricate conducting polymer nanowires with 93.1 nm width. This method involves the fabrication of a high-resolution mold by edge-directed capillary force and the fabrication of high-resolution conducting polymer wires with the fabricated mold by NIL. We further demonstrate that, by exploiting the advantages of this method, the application of such structures in the nanosensor area is thus straightforward.
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Journal of Materials Chemistry
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