Article - 30 Mar 2013
Silicon nanoparticles have a lower bulk density and larger specific surface area than bulk crystalline silicon.
Article - 23 Oct 2003
Using carbon nanotube technology, Applied Nanotechnology have successfully produced a 14" monochrome display. Using similar technology, they believe they will be able to produce larger, high...
Article - 21 Jan 2014
Silicon (Si), being the second most common element in the earth's crust, is the material most widely used for integrated circuits as well as solar cells. In order to ensure the highest quality in the...
Article - 31 Jan 2010
The definition of nanocomposite material has broadened significantly to encompass a large variety of systems such as one-dimensional, two-dimensional, three-dimensional and amorphous materials, made...
Article - 26 May 2008
In this article spectroscopic ellipsometry was used to characterize both thicknesses and optical constants of TFT-LCD devices.
Article - 5 Oct 2006
Silicon is both a physically interesting and technologically important material having many applications. In recent years phase transformations during indentation have been of interest.
Article - 21 Sep 2006
Several lithographic techniques are used for patterning in the nanoscale region. The most commonly used of these techniques is photolithography.
Article - 16 Feb 2006
Tribology plays a critical role in diverse technological areas. In the advanced technological industries of semiconductor and data storage, tribological studies help optimize polishing processes and...
Article - 8 Feb 2006
The kSA MOS Ultra-Scan is a flexible, high-resolution scanning curvature and stress measurement system. Based on proven kSA MOS technology, this fully integrated ex-situ tool maps the curvature of...
Article - 10 May 2004
A University of Nebraska-Lincoln chemist and his team have made an unexpected discovery - at extremes of size, silicon may behave like a metal. Posted February 25 2004