3 edition of Epitaxial heterostructures found in the catalog.
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|Statement||editors, Don W. Shaw ... [et al.].|
|Series||Materials Research Society symposium proceedings ;, v. 198, Materials Research Society symposia proceedings ;, v. 198.|
|Contributions||Shaw, Don W., Materials Research Society.|
|LC Classifications||TK7871.85 .E64 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 631 p. :|
|Number of Pages||631|
|LC Control Number||90013246|
The NATO Advanced Study Institute on "Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) and Heterostructures" was held at the Ettore Majorana Center for Scientific Culture, Erice, Italy, on March , , the second course of the International School of Solid-State Device Re search. This volume contains the lectures presented at the Institute. Get this from a library! Epitaxial heterostructures: symposium held April , , San Francisco, California, U.S.A.. [Don W Shaw; Materials Research Society.;].
Epitaxial Growth of Heterostructured Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications With Sixiang Shi, Shreya Goel, Feng Chen, Weibo Cai This chapter introduces the synthesis and applications of several heterostructures grown through the epitaxial process, including core/shell quantum dots (QD), core/shell upconversion nanoparticles and gold-based. Epitaxial heterostructures. MSE and ECE Credit hours: 2. Contact hours: Two one-hour lectures per week for 14 weeks.. Course type: Graduate Elective Prerequisites: Graduate standing in engineering or mathematical and physical science, with a working knowledge of solid state physics. Instructor: Roberto C. Myers, Materials Science and Engineering / Electrical and Computer Engineering.
In addition, graphene/hBN heterostructures have interesting structural properties including commensurate-incommensurate stacking, and quantum effects such as the introduction of a graphene bandgap, the fractional quantum Hall effect [6, 7], and the formation of Hofstadter's butterfly electronic states at large magnetic fields [8–10]. Fully epitaxial Fe V O 4 (FVO)/BiFeO 3 (BFO) heterostructures were deposited on SrTiO 3 () substrates by magnetron sputtering. The microstructure of the heterostructures was studied using high-resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM). In order to investigate the oxygen-vacancies–influenced interfacial coupling, the FVO layers were deposited on BFO films with .
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Epitaxial antiperovskite/perovskite heterostructures for materials design by Thamarasee Jeewandara, Schematic representation of the crystal structures of M3XN nitride antiperovskite and.
This chapter is a summary of the ferroelectric and dielectric behaviour of epitaxial thin films of Pb(Zr,Ti)O3 (PZT) and BaTiO3 (BTO) obtained by pulsed laser deposition and the correlation with structural quality of the layers and with different electrostatic conditions induced either by electrodes or by the different : Andra Georgia Boni, Cristina Florentina Chirila, Raluca Negrea, Corneliu Ghica, Iuliana Pasuk, Ioana.
Heterostructures, which can possess advantages of materials with different properties, have attracted enormous attention in various research fields including solar cells, photocatalysts, and optical electronic devices.
In this work, a 2D/3D atomic epitaxial heterostructure with ultrathin BiOCl nanosheets andCited by: 4. Spin–phonon coupling is one of the fundamental interactions in functional materials, indispensable for understanding their unexpected magnetic ground states.
Ferromagnetic SrRuO3 is a correlated metal with the potential for utilization in novel spintronic devices and serves as a promising platform for studyiAuthor: Seung Gyo Jeong, Soo Yeon Lim, Jiwoong Kim, Sungkyun Park, Hyeonsik Cheong, Woo Seok Choi.
Epitaxial Heterostructure Nanowires With Nari Jeon, Lincoln J. Lauhon This chapter provides a brief introduction to opportunities and challenges provided by nanowire heterostructures. It explores basic concepts in the growth and structure of epitaxial heterostructure nanowires and outlines goals for controlling structure and : Nar Jeon, Lincoln James Lauhon.
The book discusses the structural and electronic properties of strained epitaxial layers, the thermodynamics and kinetics of layer growth, and it describes the major growth techniques: metalorganic vapor-phase epitaxy, molecular-beam epitaxy, and liquid-phase epitaxy.
Heterostructures made of GaN and ε-Ga 2 O 3 epitaxial layers may be very interesting because they could exploit the high electron mobility of GaN combined with the ferroelectric character of ε-Ga 2 O We have explored the possibility of using ε-Ga 2 O 3 templates, deposited by metalorganic chemical vapor deposition on sapphire substrates, in order to reduce the lattice mismatch of GaN.
Epitaxial heterostructures based on oxide perovskites and III–V, II–VI and transition metal dichalcogenide semiconductors form the foundation of modern electronics and optoelectronics1–7. Metal–organic framework (MOF) heterostructures have shown promising applications in gas adsorption, gas separation, catalysis, and energy, arising from the synergistic effect of each component.
However, owing to the difficulty in controlling the size, shape, nucleation, and growth of MOFs, it remains a great challenge to construct MOF heterostructures with precisely controlled orientation.
Architecting epitaxial-lattice-mismatch-free (LMF) zinc oxide/bismuth oxyiodide nano-heterostructures for efficient photocatalysis H. Feng, L. Liang, W. Wu, Z. Huang and Y. Liu, J. Mater. Crystalline core–amorphous shell heterostructures: epitaxial assembly of NiB nanosheets onto PtPd mesoporous hollow nanopolyhedra for enhanced hydrogen evolution electrocatalysis K.
Deng, T. Ren, Y. Xu, S Authors contributing to RSC publications (journal articles, books or book chapters) do not need to formally request permission to. Abstract Epitaxial heterostructures are of particular interest owing to their fascinating properties for wide applications in energy, environment and electronic devices.
The understanding of epitaxial growth in solution phase, however, remains a fundamental challenge to realize the rational synthesis of heterostructures.
This chapter, introducing the book Characterization of Semi-conductor Heterostructures and Nanostructures, is divided into five sections. In \, the impact of nanoscience and nanotechnology in our society is described, using the point of view of the articles, the.
Resistive switching in epitaxial BTO/NSTO heterostructures has been widely reported [20,29,36], and the polarization modulated mechanisms has been proposed [12,13,18,19].
It is not clear, however, whether polarization reversal is a prerequisite for the resistive switching in systems with such weak polar order, and how the polar reversibility. Magnetoelectric (ME) heterostructures can exhibit magnetic and ferroelectric ordering temperatures with large ME coupling at room temperature (RT) compared to the single-phase multiferroic materials.
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Epitaxial growth of III-N films on sapphire substrates has been dominantly developed on () c-plane sapphire substrates for the layers and structures grown in a polar direction specifically, the films are grown in the. In recent decades, extensive studies have been conducted on controlling and engineering novel functionalities in transition metal oxide (TMO) heterostructures by epitaxial strain.
In this chapter, we discuss popular transition metal oxide thin films in the context of various research fields that are extensively studied in condensed matter physics. This chapter gives a comprehensive overview of the epitaxial growth of three dimensional (3D) topological insulators (TI) thin films and heterostructures, and focuses principally on the molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) growth of the chalcogenide‐based 3D TIs and their transport properties.
TI films can be grown by a variety of methods. Guest Editors. Dr Maksym Myronov The University of Warwick, UK Professor Jorg Schulze Stuttgart University, Germany Scope. This special issue will focus on all aspects of science, engineering, technologies and instrumentation of silicon-based epitaxy including the electronic, structural, optical, magnetic and transport properties of materials and devices.
The book covers the structural and electronic properties of strained epitaxial layers, the thermodynamics and kinetics of layer growth, and the description of the major growth techniques metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy, molecular beam epitaxy and liquid phase epitaxy.
Wang et al., were the rst to synthesize high quality epitaxial BiFeO 3 heterostructures on (0 0 1) SrTiO 3 substrates by using the PLD method and observed multiferroic properties [ ].We report on ferroelectric field effect experiments in ultrathin layers of the metallic perovskite SrRuCepitaxial heterostructures.
Switching the ferroelectric polarization of the Pb(Zr Ti )O 3 layer induces a ∼ 10% change in the sheet resistance of the SrRuO 3 layer that is nonvolatile and also reversible.
Hall effect measurements that take. The authors present a van der Waals epitaxy of high-quality ultrathin nanoplates of topological insulator Bi2Se3 on a pristine graphene substrate using a simple vapor-phase deposition method.
Subnm-thick nanoplates of layered Bi2Se3 with defined orientations can be epitaxially grown on a few-layer pristine graphene substrate. We show the evolution of Raman spectra with the number .