Inorganic condensing sol-gel films are promising resist materials for nanoimprint lithography. We demonstrate that sequential patterning of these materials can be performed by controlling their condensation state. As a consequence, multilevel inorganic patterns can be obtained by superimposing structures, as show here, where successive stamping of a line pattern leads to two-level square features.
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