Oxide Ultrathin Films: Science and Technology by Gianfranco Pacchioni

Oxide Ultrathin Films: Science and Technology

EditorGianfranco Pacchioni

Kobo ebook | April 22, 2016

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A wealth of information in one accessible book. Written by international experts from multidisciplinary fields, this in-depth exploration of oxide ultrathin films covers all aspects of these systems, starting with preparation and characterization, and going on to geometrical and electronic structure, as well as applications in current and future systems and devices.

From the Contents:

  • Synthesis and Preparation of Oxide Ultrathin Films
  • Characterization Tools of Oxide Ultrathin Films
  • Ordered Oxide Nanostructures on Metal Surfaces
  • Unusual Properties of Oxides and Other Insulators in the Ultrathin Limit
  • Silica and High-K Dielectrics Thin Films in Microelectronics
  • Oxide Passive Films and Corrosion Protection
  • Oxide Films as Catalytic Materials and as Models of Real Catalysts
  • Oxide Films in Spintronics
  • Oxide Ultrathin Films in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
  • Transparent Conducting and Chromogenic Oxide Films as Solar Energy Materials
  • Oxide Ultrathin Films in Sensor Applications
  • Ferroelectricity in Ultrathin Film Capacitors
  • Titania Thin Films in Biocompatible Materials and Medical Implants
  • Oxide Nanowires for New Chemical Sensor Devices
Title:Oxide Ultrathin Films: Science and TechnologyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 22, 2016Publisher:WileyLanguage:English

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