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Of materials deviate largely from those at the bulk scale [3,79]. There is therefore a need to study the physical and mechanical properties of MEMS structures. Moreover, a majority of current MEMS devices are made of silicon due to the convenience of utilizing the existing integrated circuit (IC) fabrication process, but silicon is known as not being a very robust engineering material. This promotes the use of “conventional” stronger metallic materials especially in the load-bearing mechanical components in MEMS devices.
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