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Porous silicon science and technology

Winter school, Les Houches, 8 to 12 February, 1994 (Centre de physique, Les Houches)

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Published by Les Editions de Physique .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Semiconductors,
  • Surfaces,
  • Porous silicon,
  • Luminescence,
  • Optical properties,
  • Nanostructures

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages355
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8985680M
    ISBN 102868832326
    ISBN 109782868832320

    Get this from a library! Porous silicon science and technology: winter school, Les Houches, 8 to 12 February, [J -C Vial; J Derrien; Centre de physique des Houches.;]. The Si–electrolyte contact, however, has more to offer to science and technology than just pore formation. Specific features with potential uses include: Properties of Porous Silicon, IEE-Books, London, Google Scholar. L.T. Canham, Biomedical applications of porous silicon, in: L.T. Canham (Ed.), Properties of Porous Silicon, IEE Cited by:

    A novel porous silicon formation technique that combines the advantages of thick layer anodization and electroless stain etch, which is based on the same pore formation mechanism, will be shown. 2. Theoretical background Galvanic element. The basic idea for a new porous silicon fabrication technology is a galvanic element for current Cited by: Books. Publishing Support. Login. Society was founded in to advance the theory and practice at the forefront of electrochemical and solid state science and technology, and allied subjects. Find out more about ECS publications. Nitrided porous‐silicon layers are formed at °C in either ammonia or nitrogen; in both cases the.

    This book focuses on the fundamentals of silicon porosification and properties of porous silicon, including electrical, luminescence, optical, thermal properties. Processing of porous silicon also will be discussed in this part. Porous Silicon: From Formation to Applications: Optoelectronics, Microelectronics, and Energy Technology Applications, Volume Three is an indispensable resource for scientists and engineers in industries and laboratories. It provides an updated, comprehensive, single source of information that was previously scattered across numerous journal.


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Porous Silicon Science and Technology: Winter School, Les Houches, February (Centre De Physique Des Houches) (Centre de Physique des Houches (1)) th Edition by Jean-Claude Vial (Editor), Jacques Derrien (Editor)Author: Jean-Claude Vial.

About this book The discovery of bright visible light emission from porous silicon has opened the door to various nanometer sized silicon structures where the confinement of carriers gives rise to interesting physical properties.

The Paperback of the Porous Silicon Science and Technology: Winter School Les Houches, 8 to 12 February by Jean-Claude Vial at Barnes & : The book highlights the features of fabrication and performance of several forms of technology that incorporate porous silicon, including: Photonic crystals; Fuel cells; Elements of integral optoelectronics; Solar cells; Electroluminescence devices (LEDs) Batteries; Supercapacitors; Cold cathodes; Hydrogen generation and storage; Porous silicon-based Format: Hardcover.

Porous Silicon: Biomedical and Sensor Applications, Volume Two is part of the three-book series Porous Silicon: From Formation to Application.

It discusses applications of porous silicon in bioengineering and in various sensors, including gas sensors, biosensors, pressure sensors, mechanical sensors, optical sensors, and many other : Hardcover. Porous Silicon: From Formation to Application is an indispensable technical reference and guide for those involved in the research, development, and application of porous silicon in various areas of science and technology.

It presents the latest in the research and exploitation of porous silicon as well as perspectives on developments that can be expected in the near Format: Hardcover.

About this book. Introduction. The discovery of bright visible light emission from porous silicon has opened the door to various nanometer sized silicon structures where the confinement of carriers gives rise to interesting physical properties.

Porous silicon is a sponge-like structure of monocrystalline silicon which although accidentally discovered, soon became one of the most well-researched silicon structures. Its properties and applications have been the main subject of several books and more than a dozen review articles.

Porous silicon has a range of properties, making it ideal for drug delivery, cancer therapy, and tissue engineering. Porous Silicon for Biomedical Applications provides a comprehensive review of this emerging nanostructured and biodegradable biomaterial.

Chapters in part one focus on the fundamentals and properties of porous silicon for biomedical applications, including thermal. The visible light emitting P-Si may open a new field combining Si integrated technology and optoelectronics. This book is a comprehensive review of the recent research and development of porous silicon.

Strong visible photoluminescence (PL) and electroluminescence (EL) from P-Si and other forms of silicon nanocrystallites (nc-Si) are reviewed. Porous Silicon: From Formation to Application: Biomedical and Sensor Applications, Volume Two: Biomedical and Sensor Applications (Porous Silicon: from Formation to Application Book 2) 1st Edition, Kindle Edition.

Be the first to review this item. The Handbook of Porous Silicon brings together the expertise of a large, international team of almost academic researchers, engineers and product developers from industry across electronics, medicine, nutrition and consumer care to summarize the field in its entirety with chapters and references.

Books. Publishing Support Society was founded in to advance the theory and practice at the forefront of electrochemical and solid state science and technology, and allied subjects. Porosities of porous silicon layers formed on different types of substrates and under different experimental conditions are compared with and related to.

Porous Silicon: From Formation to Application is an indispensable technical reference and guide for those involved in the research, development, and application of porous silicon in various areas of science and technology.

The book highlights the features of fabrication and performance of several forms of technology that incorporate porous silicon, including: Photonic crystals. Fuel cells. Elements of integral optoelectronics. Solar cells. Electroluminescence devices (LEDs).

About this book By means of electrochemical treatment, crystalline silicon can be permeated with tiny, nanostructured pores that entirely change the characteristics and properties of the material.

One prominent example of this can. Chao, in Comprehensive Nanoscience and Technology, Introduction. Porous silicon (π-Si), typically a few micrometers-thick film, produced by electrochemical etching of silicon wafer in a HF solution under an anodic current, was first discovered in by Uhlir [1] at Bell’s Laboratories in USA, when he was working on electrolytic shaping of the surface of silicon.

Porous silicon is generated by etching crystalline silicon in aqueous or non - aqueous electrolytes containing hydrofl uoric acid (HF). This book describes basic electrochemical and chemical etching experiments that can be used to make the main types and structures of porous silicon.

Beginning. Recent research has focused on using porous silicon as a substrate for chemical sensors. The silicon pillars can be derivatized using well-known chemistries, and linked to chemical recognition molecules (i.e., antibodies or oligonucleotides).

When immersed in a solution of target molecules and exposed to light. Porous silicon layers can be formed on silicon substrates by anodic oxidation. The porous layer can still seed the epitaxial growth of a silicon overlayer, and further, facilitates separation of the epitaxial layer from the silicon wafer, for which the process can be repeated, considerably reducing consumption of expensive silicon (Figs.

13 and 14).A cross section of porous silicon. Porous Silicon Science and Technology: Winter School Les Houches, 8 to 12 February (Centre de Physique des Houches) PDF, ePub eBook D0wnl0ad The discovery of bright visible light emission from porous silicon has opened the door to various nanometer sized silicon structures where the confinement of carriers gives rise to interesting.Porous Silicon Carbide and Gallium Nitride: Epitaxy, Catalysis, and Biotechnology Applications presents the state-of-the-art in knowledge and applications of porous semiconductor materials having a wide band gap.

This comprehensive reference begins with an overview of porous wide-band-gap technology, and describes the underlying scientific basis for each application area.Get this from a library! Porous silicon, science and technology: Winter School, les Houches, 8 to 12 February [Jean-Claude Vial; Jacques Derrien; Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France).

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