3 edition of Porous silicon--material, technology, and devices found in the catalog.
Porous silicon--material, technology, and devices
Symposium I on Porous Silicon: Material, Technology, and Devices (1995 Strasbourg, France)
|Statement||edited by R. Hérino, W. Lang, H. Münder.|
|Series||European Materials Research Society symposia proceedings ;, 57|
|Contributions||Hérino, R., Lang, W., Münder, H.|
|LC Classifications||QC176.9.N64 S96 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 329 p. :|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||96229437|
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. About this book. Silicon is the most important material for the electronics industry. In modern microelectronics silicon devices like diodes and transistors play a major role, and devices like photodetectors or solar cells gain ever more importance. This concise handbook deals with one of the most important topics for the electronics industry.
Each of these subjects is addressed in the Handbook of Materials for Medical Devices. The genesis of this handbook can be attributed to the input of the ASM Handbook and Technical Books Committees, the ASM editorial staff (most notably, Scott Henry and Don Baxter), and the ASM Materials and Processes for Medical Devices Task Size: KB. Porous Semiconductors Science and Technology (PSST) Run every two years since , the PSST meeting is the premier meeting dedicated to porous semiconductors. The forthcoming 11th PSST Conference (PSST) will be held in Lido di Camaiore, .
Get this from a library! Porous Silicon Science and Technology: Winter School Les Houches, 8 to 12 February [Jean-Claude Vial; J Derrien] -- 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. 1. Introduction. Porous Si has been investigated for applications in microelectronics, optoelectronics, [1–4] chemical [5,6] and biological [7–10] sensors, and biomedical devices .The in vivo use of porous Si was first promoted by Leigh Canham, who demonstrated its resorbability and biocompatibility in the mid s [12–15].Subsequently, porous Si or porous SiO 2 (prepared from porous Cited by:
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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 was discovered in by Uhlir, while performing electropolishing experiments on silicon wafers using a hydrofluoric acid that contained electrolyte. This chapter discusses the physics of Porous Silicon (PS), and explains the ways to control its physical parameters to exploit its various properties.
Porous silicon: material processing, properties and applications. Optoelectronic properties of porous silicon — The electroluminescent devices. Porous Silicon Science and Technology Book Subtitle Winter School Les Houches, 8 to 12 February Editors.
Jean-Claude Vial. About this book Introduction While the high efficiency of the light emission in the visible range is the common and the most prominent feature, their structures display similar properties with other highly divided materials (even non semiconductors), and then justify a multidisciplinary approach.
Porous Silicon: From Formation to Applications: Optoelectronics, Technology, and Energy Technology Applications, Volume Three book. Edited By Porous silicon--material Korotcenkov.
- Passive and Active Optical Components for Optoelectronics Based on Porous Silicon. By Raghvendra S - Porous Silicon as a Material for Thermoelectric Devices. By Cited by: 6. 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 properties. Porous silicon (PS) nanostructures fabricated by electrochemical etching of bulk monocrystalline silicon (Si) substrates are already used in numerous devices and systems, and they can be applied.
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. Lecture 1 Fundamental aspects of the semiconductor-solution interface.- Lecture 2 The silicon/electrolyte interface.- Lecture 3 Porous silicon: material processing, properties and applications.- Lecture 4 Luminescence of porous silicon after electrochemical oxidation.- Lecture 5 Mechanism for light emission from nanoscale silicon.-Pages: Porous Silicon: From Formation to Application, Vols.
Applications of Porous Silicon Material s in Drug Delivery. Porous Silicon Based Explosive Devices Monuko du Plessis. This book provides the latest research developments in important aspects of silicon including nanoclusters, solar silicon, porous silicon, some technological processes, and silicon devices and also fundamental question about silicon structural perfection.
Porous silicon in drug delivery devices and materials Adv Drug Deliv Rev. ;– Medical Applications. The exciting world of nanotherapuetics is amoung us. Due to the biocompatibility and biodegradability of porous Silicon, new applications on and within the human body are now possible.
Silicon is one of the many minerials that a. Porous silicon has been the focus of much research activity in recent years, in view of its luminescence, which may enable light emitting devices to be integrated with silicon chips. This work comprises over 50 commissioned essays on the subject from scientists in Europe, America and Japan.
Science Technology Engineering Nonfiction These proceedings represent the most recent progress in the field of porous silicon. Several papers present results in which the influence of the formation parameters on the structural and optical properties has been investigated.
Kleps, I., Angelescu, A. () Porous silicon: material processing, properties and applications in light and field emission devices, Romanian Journal of Information Science and Technology, vol 1nr.
2,– Google ScholarCited by: 1. Written by an outstanding, well-recognized expert in the field, this book provides detailed, step-by-step instructions to prepare and characterize the major types of porous silicon.
It is intended for those new to the fi eld. Sampling of topics covered: * Principles of Etching Porous Silicon. A comprehensive guide to MEMS materials, technologies and manufacturing, examining the state of the art with a particular emphasis on current and future applications.
Key topics covered include: Silicon as MEMS material Material properties and measurement techniques Analytical methods used in materials characterization Modeling in MEMS Measuring MEMS Micromachining technologies in MEMS.
Oxidation of the underlying porous Si layer, via trenches in the device Si, has been improved to the point that defect generation and wafer warpage are avoided. Fabrication of advanced devices on the FIPOS material has shown that the porous silicon technology is.
2 Porous SiC Technology - early works on p-type substrates UV Luminescence and LEDS. Infrared reflectance of porous SiC layers Comparison of Porous SiC Reflectance to Bulk SiC Reflectance Comparison of Data to Model Reflectance Discussion 3 N-type Porous SiC Technology - early works Porous SiC from n-type bulk materials.Silicon Materials and Technology.
Silicon has been the material of choice in the semiconductor industry for over 30 years. In particular, silicon devices account for over 97% of all microelectronics—driven by the demand for low-cost technology for integrated circuits. The popularity of this material is down to a number of attractive.Porous silicon (PS) is a very interesting material in the conventional silicon technology [1,2].
Its high specific superficial area and susceptibility to chemical action of elements on its surface facilitate the exploration of effects provoked by the adsorption and desorption of Analysis of Porous Silicon Devices.