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Advanced Silicon Chemistry in Australia: Forming Strong Links with Asia

31-May-2017 | Stephen Clarke, Kim‐Anh Thi Nguyen, Elda Markovic, Neil Trout, Milena Ginic‐Markovic, Janis Matisons, Michael Owen, ..., Chemistry - An Asian Journal, 2017

Abstract This paper details Australian commercial and academic silicon research. Areas of interest include silicon metal, polysiloxane polymers, copolymers, cyclics, emulsions, microemulsions, silanes, silane coupling agents, sol‐gel chemistry and water‐treatments, porous silicon, polysiloxane ...

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Molecules, Vol. 20, Pages 19463-19488: Comparative Study of the Optical and Textural Properties of Tetrapyrrole Macrocycles Trapped Within ZrO2, TiO2, and SiO2 Translucent Xerogels

23-Oct-2015 | Salas-Bañales, Eduardo ; Quiroz-Segoviano, R. Iris Y.; Díaz-Alejo, Luis Antonio; Rojas-González, Fernando ; Estrella ..., Molecules, 2015

The entrapping of physicochemical active molecules inside mesoporous networks is an appealing field of research due to the myriad of potential applications in optics, photocatalysis, chemical sensing, and medicine. One of the most important reasons for this success is the possibility of ...

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Pauli Spin Blockade of Heavy Holes in a Silicon Double Quantum Dot

12-Oct-2015 | Ruoyu Li; Fay E. Hudson; Andrew S. Dzurak; Alexander R. Hamilton, Nano Letters, 2015

In this work, we study hole transport in a planar silicon metal-oxide-semiconductor based double quantum dot. We demonstrate Pauli spin blockade in the few hole regime and map the spin relaxation induced leakage current as a function of interdot level spacing and magnetic field. With varied ...

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Multimode Silicon Nanowire Transistors

15-Oct-2014 | Sebastian Glassner; Clemens Zeiner; Priyanka Periwal; Thierry Baron; Emmerich Bertagnolli; Alois Lugstein, Nano Letters, 2014

The combined capabilities of both a nonplanar design and nonconventional carrier injection mechanisms are subject to recent scientific investigations to overcome the limitations of silicon metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors. In this Letter, we present a multimode field effect ...

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Participation of focused ion beam implanted gallium ions in metal-assisted chemical etching of silicon

06-Jul-2012 | Owen Hildreth, Konrad Rykaczewski, and Ching Ping Wong, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, 2012

Metal-assisted chemical etching (MaCE) of silicon has proven to be a fast and effective method to fabricate 1D, 2D, and 3D micro- to nano-scale features in silicon. It has been shown that platinum catalysts deposited using focused ion beam (FIB) are a viable catalyst for MaCE; however, the ...

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A novel concept of dielectrophoretic engine oil filter

19-Aug-2011 | Shen, Yueyang; Elele, Ezinwa; Khusid, Boris, ELECTROPHORESIS, 2011

Abstract A novel concept of an alternating current (AC) dielectrophoretic filter with a three‐dimensional electrode array is presented. A filter is constructed by winding into layers around the core tube two sheets of woven metal wire‐mesh with several sheets of woven insulating wire‐mesh ...

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Synthesis of Silicon Carbide Nanopowder Using Silica Fume

01-Oct-2010 | Zhong, Yang; Shaw, Leon L.; Manjarres, Misael; Zawrah, Mahmoud F., Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 2010

Silica fume is a byproduct of producing silicon metal and ferrosilicon alloys, and contains 94–97 wt% SiO2. This study demonstrates, for the first time, that silica fume can be converted to nano‐SiC powder at 1500°C via carbothermic reduction with the aid of high‐energy ball milling of the ...

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