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Chemical Solution Synthesis for Materials Design and Thin Film Device Applications

  • ID: 5137649
  • Book
  • February 2021
  • 748 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Chemical Solution Synthesis for Materials Design and Thin Film Device Applications presents current research on wet chemical techniques for thin-film based devices. Sections cover the quality of thin films, types of common films used in devices, various thermodynamic properties, thin film patterning, device configuration and applications. As a whole, these topics create a roadmap for developing new materials and incorporating the results in device fabrication. This book is suitable for graduate, undergraduate, doctoral students, and researchers looking for quick guidance on material synthesis and device fabrication through wet chemical routes.
  • Provides the different wet chemical routes for materials synthesis, along with the most relevant thin film structured materials for device applications
  • Discusses patterning and solution processing of inorganic thin films, along with solvent-based processing techniques
  • Includes an overview of key processes and methods in thin film synthesis, processing and device fabrication, such as nucleation, lithography and solution processing
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1. Materials and Methods
2. Inorganic Thin and Thick Films
3. Organic Thin Films
4. Nucleation and Growth
5. Lithography and Electrodes
6. Solution process routes to device and applications
7. Trends and Development
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Das, Soumen
Dr. Soumen Das is a Scientific Officer at the Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Tamil Nadu, India. He works on semiconductors, ferroelectric and magnetic oxide thin films and nanostructured materials. He has published peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters on semiconductor and ceramic materials. As one of the team members in the organization, Dr. Das looks after fuel rod processing, fuel pin characterization and qualification. He is also actively involved in material research and development, studying growth mechanisms and properties.
Dhara, Sandip
Prof. Dr. Sandip Dhara has completed his Masters in Physics from IIT, Kharagpur in 1989. He finished his Ph.D. from National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi in 1994 and joined IGCAR in 1996. He is a Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry.

Presently he is the Head of the Surface and Nanoscience Division, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam and Professor of Homi Bhabha National Institute. He was also a visiting Professor in University of Valencia, Spain; Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany; and Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan. Dr. Dhara has published more than 300 research publications s. He is the recipient of DAE-SRC outstanding researcher award for 2012. He is also on the editorial broad of number of national and international scientific journals. Dr. Dhara is specialized in studies of light-matter interaction. At present, he is involved in several national and international collaborative programme.
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