Low-dielectric-constant periodic mesoporous organosilica thin films are fabricated by vacuum-assisted aerosol deposition, a vapor-phase delivery technique favored by the semiconductor industry. The mesostructured films possess a combination of dielectric and mechanical properties that make them an ideal candidate for insulating materials on semiconductor chips (see image).
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