Nanostructures and Thin Films for Multifunctional Applications

Technology, Properties and Devices

Ion Tiginyanu (Redaktør) ; Pavel Topala (Redaktør) ; Veaceslav Ursaki (Redaktør)

This book
is focused on recent advances in the development of thin films for photovoltaic
applications, TiO2/WO3 bi-layers for applications with enhanced photo-catalytic
properties, nanometer oxide and hydroxide films for anticorrosive coatings,
surface passivation in chemical industries, micro- and nanoelectronics,
trilayers of metglas and lead free piezoelectrics for magnetic field sensors,
current sensors, spintronics, microwave and read/write devices. Les mer
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This book
is focused on recent advances in the development of thin films for photovoltaic
applications, TiO2/WO3 bi-layers for applications with enhanced photo-catalytic
properties, nanometer oxide and hydroxide films for anticorrosive coatings,
surface passivation in chemical industries, micro- and nanoelectronics,
trilayers of metglas and lead free piezoelectrics for magnetic field sensors,
current sensors, spintronics, microwave and read/write devices. Diluted
ferromagnetic alloy films are also considered for superconducting spintronics
based on superconducting spin-valves. Thermal properties of segmented nanowires
are analyzed with respect to thermoelectric applications. Recent advances in
template production of nanocomposites are also reviewed with particular focus
on technologies for template assisted formation of metal nanotubes. Some
elements related to abrasive flow machining (AFM), specifically state of the
art elements of technological systems and construction of equipment are
presented. The book is written for researchers in materials science,
nanotechnologies, PhD students and graduate student.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

The study of thin films by electrochemical impedance
spectroscopy.- Nanometer oxide and hydroxide pellicles
by applying electrical discharges in
impulse (EDI).- Graphite films deposited on metal surface by electrical
discharge pulse.- Structural and physical properties of ZnSxSe1-x
thin films.- Thin-film photovoltaic devices based on A2B6
compounds.- Theory of the anisotropic magnetoelectric effects in
metglas-piezocrystal laminates.- Experimental studies of the direct and
converse magnetoelectric effects in metglas-piezocrystal laminates.- Particularities
of physical properties of semimagnetic semiconductors and their practical
application.- Cobalt/cobaltoxide exchange bias system for diluted ferromagnetic
alloy films in superconducting spin-valves.- Local ordering at the interface of the TiO2-WO3
bi-layers.- Crystalline structure and surface morphology of
AIIIBVI type lamellar semiconductor nanocomposites
obtained by heat treatment in Cd and
Zn vapor.- Optical and photoelectrical properties of GaS, GaSe, GaTe and InSe semiconductors
and nanocomposites obtained by heat treatment in Cd and Zn vapor.- Photoluminescence of nanocomposites obtained by heat
treatment of GaS, GaSe, GaTe and InSe single crystals in Cd and Zn vapor.- Nanoreliefs
obtained by various manufacturing methods.- Template assisted formation of
metal nanotubes.- Thermal conductivity of segmented
nanowires.- THz devices based on carbon
nanomaterials.- Abrasive flow machining.

Om forfatteren

Ion Tiginyanu received his M.S. degree from the
Moscow Institute of Physics and Engineering in 1978. He received his Ph.D.
degree in Semiconductor Physics from Lebedev Institute of Physics, Academy of
Sciences of U.S.S.R., in 1982, and his Doctor habilitate degree in 1991 from
the Institute of Applied Physics of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. He
became full professor in 1993 at the Technical University of Moldova. From 1984
to 1998 he worked as senior researcher at the Institute of Applied Physics of
the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. In 1998 he joined the Technical University
of Moldova, being appointed vice-Rector, while in October 2004 he was elected
vice-president of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. He serves as Director of
the National Center for Materials Study and Testing and Professor at the Chair
of Microelectronics of the Technical University of Moldova. In 1995-96 and
1998-99 he has been a visiting professor at the Institute of High-Frequency
Electronics of the Technical University Darmstadt, Germany, while in 2001 - at
the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of the University
of Michigan, USA. In March 2013 he was elected first vice-president of the
Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Professor Tiginyanu's rese