Functional Metal-Oxide Nanostructures: Volume 1406. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2315245
  • Book
  • 154 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Symposium Z, 'Functional Metal-Oxide Nanostructures', was held November 27–December 2 during the 2011 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. Metal oxides represent an assorted and appealing class of materials whose properties cover the entire range from metals to semiconductors to insulators and almost all aspects of material science and physics in areas including superconductivity and magnetism. In the past few years, a great deal of progress has been made in the field of metal oxide nanostructures particularly with regard to innovative synthetic pathways as well as the structural, physical and chemical characterisation, modification and assembly of nanostructured oxides to exploit their nanoscopic properties and their size-dependent modulation. These proceedings capture some of the most recent developments in the field of synthesis, structural and functional characterisation of self-assembled metal oxides nanostructures and heterostructures thereof to illustrate their application potential as functional materials.
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Part I - Synthesis of Nanostructured Oxides:
1. Zinc oxide and copper oxide nanostructures: fundamentals and applications Magnus Willander, Omer Nur, Gul Amin, A. Zainelabdin and S. Zaman;
2. Characterization of un-stabilized orthorhombic zirconia synthesized at ambient temperature and pressure Miriam P. Trubelja, Donald Potter, Claudia Rawn, Karren More and Joseph J. Helble;
3. Surface physical property of the CrO2 thin films prepared using a closed chemical vapor deposition method Y. Muraoka, S. Yoshida, T. Wakita, M. Hirai and T. Yokoya;
4. Direct synthesis of pure radiative Vo2 (M) plate like structures via hydrothermolysis at low temperature A. Simo, L. C. Edomwonyi-Otu, R. Madjoe and M. Maaza;
5. Microstructure dependence of hydrogen sensing properties of palladium functionalized tungsten oxide films Meng Zhao, Jian-Xing Huang and Chung-Wo Ong;
6. Synthesis of ZnO nanowires by hydrothermal technique for integration into chalcopyrite thin films H. Karaagac, M. Parlak and M. Saif Islam;
7. Reusable hybride CoFe2O4-ZnO hollow nanosphere photocatalysts A. Wilson, S. R. Mishra, B. K. Rai, R. K. Gupta and K. Ghosh;
8. Rapid synthesis of nanocrystalline ZnGa2O4 phosphor at low temperature Suresh D. Kulkarni and S. A. Shivashankar;

Part II - Photoelectrochemical, Electrical and Magnetic Properties of Nanotructured Oxides:
9. Metal-metal oxide electrode: a promising energy storage candidate for supercapacitor application Anirudha Jena, N. Munichandraiah and S. A. Shivashankar;
10. Resistance change caused by electrochemically induced carrier injection in NiO films T. Yoda, K. Kinoshita, T. Fukuhara, S. Kishida, N. Sawai and K. Honda;
11. Synthesis and characterization of CeO2 nanoparticles by low temperature hydrothemal and solvent thermal process Eric Y. H. Teo, Ming Lin, Ziyuan Fu, Seng C. Ng, Siliang Song and Jun C. Tan;
12. Photo-induced changes in the Langmuir adsorption constants of metal oxide layers in self-cleaning cation sensors Philip S. Foran and Colin Boxall;
13. Hydrothermally grown nanostructured tungsten trioxide (hydrate) films and their photocatalytic properties Z. H. Jiao and X. W. Sun;
14. Intercluster interaction and magnetic interaction between iron core and iron oxide shell in core-shell nanoclusters Maninder Kaur, Qi Yao and You Qiang;
15. High mobile electron gas at LaAlO3/SrTiO3 heterointerface Shanshan Su and Jeong Ho You;
16. The characterization of electronic state from surface to several nanometer region on MgO:Si thin film Mikihiko Nishitani, Mutsumu Fukada, Yukihiro Morita, Masaharu Terauchi, Tessei Kurashiki, Hiroki Tsuchiura and Yasushi Yamauchi;
17. Gaussian distribution of Schottky barrier heights on SnO2 nanowires Cleber A. Amorim, Olivia M. Berengue, Luana Araújo, Edson R. Leite and Adenilson J. Chiquito;
18. Correlation between filament distribution and resistive switching property in binary-transition-metal-oxide based resistive random access memory H. Tanaka, K. Kinoshita, M. Yoshihara and S. Kishida;
19. Electrical properties of magnesium carbon co-sputtered thin films applied post hydroxylation treatment Masafumi Chiba, Daisuke Endo, Mikihiko Maizono, Mikiteru Higashi and Hideo Kiyota;
20. Insight into distribution and switching of ReRAM filaments based on variation analysis of memory characteristics Kentaro Kinoshita, Hayato Tanaka, Masataka Yoshihara and Satoru Kishida;
21. Effects of size and load on transport properties of nanoscale metal-oxide interfaces Ramsey Kraya.
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Alberto Vomiero
Sanjay Mathur Universität zu Köln.

Zhong Lin Wang Georgia Institute of Technology.

Eric Wei-Guang Diau National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan.
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