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Diffraction methods in the spectroscopy of thin films in the vicinity of resonances

V. M. Agranovich

Diffraction methods in the spectroscopy of thin films in the vicinity of resonances

by V. M. Agranovich

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Published by Pergamon Press in New York, Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementV.M. Agranovich and T.A. Leskova.
SeriesProgress in surface science -- vol. 29 (3/4)
ContributionsLeskova, T. A.
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Open LibraryOL13922545M

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We investigated the possibility of tuning the local switching properties of memristive crystalline SrTiO 3 thin films by inserting nanoscale defect nucleation centers. For that purpose, we employed chemically-synthesized Au nanoparticles deposited on wt%-Nb-doped SrTiO 3 single crystal substrates as a defect formation template for the subsequent growth of SrTiO by: 2. Films were subjected to a series of heat treatments between ˚C and ˚C under vacuum to drive off residual solvent and densify the films. Based on transmission Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy and surface roughness measurements, both compositions were found to be suitable for the fabrication of planar devices operating in.

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This uses a finely focused electron beam of several keV (10 3 eV) that. In this article we describe the fundamentals and technical requirements for NEXAFS spectroscopy with special focus on its application to the structural characterization of organic thin films.

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The propagation characteristics of all modes are determined, and for thin films (depending upon electric field symmetry), propagation distances range from microns to centimeters in the near infrared. Propagation distances are correlated with both the field decay (skin depth) and energy density distribution in the metal and surrounding dielectric.

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