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Alexey Ivanov investigates the application of a silicon anodization process as a three-dimensional structuring technique, where silicon is transformed into porous silicon as a sacrificial layer or directly dissolved in electropolishing regime. The work contains a detailed state of the art, experimental studies and modeling of the process for basic shape controlling techniques. Limitations of the developed FEM model with secondary current distribution are discussed.

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Frontmatter

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Chapter 1. Introduction

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Chapter 2. State of the art

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Chapter 3. Experimental, characterization and simulation methods

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Chapter 4. Microscale study of anodization process

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Chapter 5. Anodization process as a structuring technique

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Chapter 6. General conclusions

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