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Charge Trapping Memory with 2.85-nm Si-Nanoparticles Embedded in HfO2
In this work, the effect of embedding 2.85-nm Si-nanoparticles charge trapping layer in between double layers of high-κ Al<inf>2</inf>O<inf>3</inf>/HfO<inf>2</inf> oxides is studied. Using high frequency (1 MHz) ...
Preparation of Au and Au-Pt nanoparticles within PMMA matrix using UV and X-ray irradiation
Au and Au-Pt alloy nanoparticles are prepared and patterned at room temperature within the PMMA polymer matrix by the action of 254 nm UV light or X-rays. The polymer matrix enables us to entangle the kinetics of the ...
How can we use nanophotonics to help in combating climate change?
The paper is about emerging technologies enabled by nanophotonics to combat climate change. We developed and demonstrated 1.) nanocrystal hybridized white light sources and those also embedded with plasmonic metal nanoparticles ...
Increased quantum efficiency and reduced red-shift in polymer nanoparticle luminophors
In this paper, using a polyfluorene derivative, increased fluorescence quantum efficiency and reduced red-shift in the film form of polymer nanoparticle luminophors is achieved, when compared to directly spin coated polymer ...
Enhanced light scattering with energy downshifting using 16 nm indium nitride nanoparticles for improved thin-film a-Si N-i-P solar cells
(Electrochemical Society Inc., 2015-05)
In this work the effect of Indium nitride (InN) nanoparticles (NPs) on the performance of a-Si: H solar cells has been investigated. The average J<inf>sc</inf> of InN NPs coated cells was found 6.76 mA/cm2 which is 16.69% ...
Effects of laser ablated silver nanoparticles on Lemna minor
Material Binding Peptides for Nanotechnology
(MDPI AG, 2011)
Remarkable progress has been made to date in the discovery of material binding peptides and their utilization in nanotechnology, which has brought new challenges and opportunities. Nowadays phage display is a versatile ...