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The degradation of porous silicon in aqueous solution depends on several factors, with pH being a key factor. In acidic or neutral aqueous media, the degradation proceeds slowly but in basic solutions, hydroxide reacts with both Si-H and Si-O surface species.
This book presents a real conflict for me in that the author states it is written for the beginner, even to the extent of someone who has no previous training in the . Myers, P. Michael J. Sailor: Porous Silicon in Practice. Preparation, Characterization and Applications.
This book presents a real conflict for me in that the author states it is written for the beginner, even to the extent of someone who has no previous training in the field, but then goes on to describe the use of hydrofluoric acid. The use of HF is not for a beginner in any field. Chromatographia 76, 721 (2013) doi:10.
Michael J. Sailor Porous Silicon in Practice Fundamentals of Porous Silicon Preparation 1 Introduction 1 Chemical . Preface This book is written for the beginner – someone who has no prior training in the ﬁeld. Sailor Porous Silicon in Practice.
This book is a very well written, practical, "hands-on" book of porous silicon. 1. It provides detailed protocols and practice experiments following the techniques explained throughout the book to help the reader experience firsthand and understand the theory by practice.
Preparation, Characterization and Applications . By means of electrochemical treatment, crystalline silicon can be permeated with tiny, nanostructured pores that entirely change the characteristics and properties of the material. Written by an outstanding, well-recognized expert in the field, this book provides detailed, step-by-step instructions to prepare and characterize the major types of porous silicon.
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75 3 Preparation of Spatially Modulated Porous Silicon Layers 77 . Time-Programmable Current . 119 . Freestanding Films of Porous Silicon-"Lift-offs". 120 . Micron-scale Particles of Porous Silicon by. Ultrasonication of Lift-off Films. Time-Programmable Current Source. 1 Time Resolution Issues. 2 Etching with an Analog Source. 3 Etching with a Digital Source 119 . Core-Shell (Si/SiO2) Nanoparticles of Luminescent. Porous Silicon by Ultrasonication. 130 5 Characterization of Porous Silicon.
Porous silicon is generated by etching crystalline silicon in aqueous or non-aqueous electrolytes containing hydrouoric acid (HF).
Porous silicon is generated by etching crystalline silicon in aqueous or non-aqueous electrolytes containing hydrouoric acid (HF). This book describes basic electrochemical and chemical etching experiments that can be used to make the main types and structures of porous silicon. Beginning with measurement of wafer resistivity, the experiments are intended for the newcomer to the eld, written in the form of detailed procedures, including sources for the materials and equipment.
Items related to Porous Silicon in Practice: Preparation, Characterization. Sailor has been working in the porous silicon field for 20 years. M. J. Sailor Porous Silicon in Practice: Preparation, Characterization and Applications. ISBN 13: 9783527313785. Porous Silicon in Practice: Preparation, Characterization and Applications. degree in Chemistry from Harvey Mudd College (Claremont, CA) and a PhD in Chemistry from Northwestern University (Chicago). He holds the position of Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD).