A simple method is presented to form an array of shape-controllable microlenses by partial photocuring of an UV-curable polymer and direct transfer. Using the transferred lens array, nanoscale metal patterns as small as 130-nm gaps are detected under an optical microscope with a distinguishable resolution.
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