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Preparation and characterisation of light emitting porous semiconductors

Peter John Harris

Preparation and characterisation of light emitting porous semiconductors

by Peter John Harris

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Published by De Montfort University in Leicester .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D) - De Montfort University, Leicester 1996.

StatementPeter John Harris.
ContributionsDe Montfort University.
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Open LibraryOL22469765M

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Preparation and characterisation of light emitting porous semiconductors by Peter John Harris Download PDF EPUB FB2

For porous silicon (PS) electroluminescent (EL) devices, metallisation is a key process. The state of the art of the main preparation methods of thin metallic films used in PS EL devices is described.

Experimental results concerning the structural and electrical characterisation of the metal/PS/p-Si structures are also by: 1.

A diverse array of semiconductor-based composite materials have been prepared, characterized, and utilized in many applications ranging from photocatalysis, photovoltaic cells, photoelectrochromic displays, and light-emitting devices to sensors. The composite architectures (nanoarchitectures in many cases) are equally diverse.

In this review, we highlight the advances that have been made and. Preparation and characterization of nanostructured composite films for organic light emitting diodes September Journal of Physics Conference Series (1) Porous silicon (PSi) layers were formed on a p-type Si wafer.

Six samples were anodised electrically with a 30 mA/cm2 fixed current density for different etching times. The samples were coated with a 50–60 nm gold layer and annealed at different temperatures under Ar flow.

The morphology of the layers, before and after annealing, formed by this method was investigated by scanning electron Cited by: The phenomenon of optical anisotropy in porous semiconductors and dielectrics (porous silicon, gallium phosphide, and alumina) and photonic crystal structures formed on their basis is reviewed.

The physical principle of photoluminescence spectroscopy is depicted by the Jablonski diagram [57] (Figure ), named after the Polish physicist Aleksander tion of photons promotes an electron from the electronic ground state Preparation and characterisation of light emitting porous semiconductors book 0) to certain vibrational levels (v = 0, 1, 2, ), of the first (S 1) or higher electronic excited state (S 2,3 ).

The solid-state synthetic technique came into view in the second half of 20 th century as a novel branch of chemistry connected with the development of advanced technological materials. Actually, the conventional high-temperature solid-state route is the most known “dry” method for the synthesis of multifunctional inorganic materials, which mainly promotes the generation of Cited by: 2.

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Wide bandgap semiconductors have been my research focus for almost all my career. These materials are capable of producing short wavelength visible light for LEDs or Lasers, and are today the enabler for all high efficiency LED lighting, and for Blu-ray disc systems.

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Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are opening up exciting new applications in the area of white lighting and displays. OLEDs have low power consumption, as they emit their own light. They are made of flexible films, which allow them to be used for curved.

Lewis Acid Mediated Functionalization of Porous Silicon with Substituted Alkenes and Alkynes Jillian M. Buriak *, and Matthew J.

Allen Department of Chemistry, Brown Laboratories Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana   The book will be of interest to postgraduate students and established scientists involved in the fabrication, characterisation, and applications of thin film materials and devices.

The invited reviews will also be of value to final year undergraduates in physics, materials science, and electronic engineering studying many areas of contemporary. Inkjet printing, traditionally used in graphics, has been widely investigated as a valuable tool in the preparation of functional surfaces and devices.

This review focuses on the use of inkjet printing technology for the manufacturing of different optical elements and photonic devices. The presented overview mainly surveys work done in the fabrication of micro-optical components such as Cited by:   Recent topics of application studies on porous silicon (PS) are reviewed here with a focus on the emissive properties of visible light, quasiballistic hot electrons, and acoustic wave.

By exposing PS in solvents to pulse laser, size-controlled nc-Si dot colloids can be formed through fragmentation of the PS layer with a considerably higher yield than the conventional techniques such as laser Cited by: 1.

This includes preparation & testing of all types of inorganic electroluminiescent displays including AC, DC, thin films & powders at General Electric, Smiths Industries & Lite Array, Inc. Also, he has led teams on small molecule organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) at Lite Array (winning the Eastman Kodak license) & for client studies.

Amato G () Optical and morphological properties of light-emitting porous silicon prepared by chemical dissolution of silicon-wafer. Jpn J Appl Phys – CrossRef Google Scholar Anaple G, Burrows R, Wu Y, Boolchand P, Adar F () Molecular structure of porous Si.

Nanostructures Based on Porous Niobium and Niobia (N G Tsirkunova et al.) Nanostructure Based Devices: White Light Emitting Nanostructures (S Sapra et al.) Hollow Nanoscale Containers for Feedback Active Coatings (D Shchukin) One Way to.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Nanoscaled materials: a brief introduction / R.

Kassing and W. Kulisch --Electronic properties and characterisation of disordered semiconductors / J. Marshall --A computer modelling study of hopping transport and variable range hopping in. Prof. Jou’s research interest includes high-efficiency organic light emitting diodes, natural-light like organic light emitting diodes, polymer, thin film stress, and expert system applications.

He has been granted/filed 60 OLED-related patents (US, ROC, Japan, Korea and Canada), and published 96 OLED-related journal papers with an average Start Date:. Journals (only from ) Google Scholar Link (Publications Before = 20).

[] " Giant Optical Nonlinearities of Photonic Minibands in Metal–Dielectric Multilayers, " Jitendra Nath Acharyya, D. Narayana Rao, Mohammad Adnan, C. Raghavendar, R. B. Gangineni and G. Vijaya Prakash, Advanced Materials Interfaces, May () link [] "Linear and nonlinear optical probing of various.After its discovery, porous silicon hasn’t attracted much attention until the discovery of its room temperature luminescence properties (Canham ).

However, the porous silicon-based photonics with all-silicon light-emitting devices never showed, to date, high enough efficiency for real by: 8.This book presents state-of-the-art reviews of the most important applications of wafer bonding written by experts from industry and academia.

The topics include bonding-based fabrication methods of silicon-on-insulator, photonic crystals, VCSELs, SiGe-based FETs, MEMS together with hybrid integration and laser lift .