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Tin Oxide Materials. Synthesis, Properties, and Applications. Metal Oxides

  • Book

  • October 2019
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 4759454

Tin Oxide Materials: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications discusses the latest in metal oxides, an emerging area in electronic materials. As more is learned about this important materials system, more functionalities and applications have been revealed. This key reference on the topic covers important material that is ideal for materials scientists, materials engineers and materials chemists who have been introduced to metal oxides as a general category of materials, but want to take the next step and learn more about a specific material.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Tin Oxide Materials 2. The structure and electronic structure of Tin Oxides 3. Electrical properties of tin oxide materials 4. Optical properties of tin oxide materials 5. Surface and interface electronic properties of tin oxide 6. Health and environment perspective of tin nanocompounds: a safety approach 7. Tin oxide nanomaterilas: active centers and gas sensor properties 8. Tin oxide thin films 9. Preparation of tin oxide nanoestructures by chemical vapor deposition 10. Tin chalcogenides and nanocomposites 11. Tin oxide-based varistors 12. Application of tin oxide in sensing devices 13. The use of tin oxide in fuel cells 14. Tin oxide based electrodes in Li-batteries 15. Tin oxide based thin film transistors 16. Electrolyte Gated Transistors using Tin oxide 17. Tin oxide based electrochomics 18. Application of tin oxide based materials in catalysis 19. Photocatalysis and Hydrogen Production from Water Solution 20. Transparent and conductive applications of tin oxide 21. Biological studies with Tin oxide materials


Marcelo Ornaghi Orlandi Associate Professor, Sao Paulo State University, Araraquara, SP, Brazil. Dr. Orlandi received his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at the Federal Unviersity of S�o Carlos in Brazil in 2005 studying nanostructures based on SnO2. He was a Visiting Scientist at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for the years 2011, 2012, 2014, and 2015. He is now the head of the Electron Microscopy Center of the Chemistry Institute of Araraquara and Associate Professor at the Chemistry Institute at S�o Paulo State University. His main research focus is ceramic materials, studying the growth mechanism and properties of semiconductors.