Nanowire arrays defined by nanoimprint lithography
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We demonstrate the use of nanoimprint lithography to define arrays of vertical InP nanowires. Each nanowire is individually seeded from a catalyzing gold particle and then grown via vapor-liquid-solid growth in a metal-organic vapor phase epitaxy system. The diameter and position of each nanowire can be controlled to create engineered arrays, demonstrated with a hexagonal photonic crystal pattern. This combination of nanoimprint and self-assembly of nanostructures is attractive for photonics and electronics, as well as in life sciences.