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Evaluation of Molybdenum as an Electrode Material for Affinity Based Urine Dipstick Biosensing
The work presented in this dissertation focuses on evaluation and characterization of molybdenum (Mo) as an electrode material for affinity based biosensing applications. The material properties of the electrode material ...
Aqueous-Derived Thin Films and their Interfacial Interactions with Semiconductor Surfaces: A Spectroscopic Study
Metal oxide systems are well known for their high dielectric constants, which are important for advanced microelectronics applications. The microelectronics industry currently employs vacuum-based techniques, such as ...
Film Formation Mechanisms and Interfacial Interactions Derived from In-Situ Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy and Ex-Situ XPS
There is a trend toward the miniaturization of devices for a multitude of industries (microelectronic, energy harvesting/collecting, sensing, etc.) to decrease production costs, increase yields and to optimize efficiencies. ...
Chemical Bath Deposition of Molybdenum Disulfide and Copper Sulfide Thin Films
The integration of new technologies into everyday devices requires the development of reliable low-cost methods to deposit semiconductor thin-films. In this work chemical bath deposition (CBD), a solution-based technique, ...
Characterizing and Engineering the Metal Contact Interface in 1D and 2D Chalcogenide Systems
The layered ransition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) exhibit unique phase- and thicknessdependent electronic, photonic, and magnetic properties intriguing for future device technologies. Historically, contact engineering ...
Mechanistic Studies of Atomic Layer Deposition and Thermal Atomic Layer Etching Processes of Various Oxide Thin Films
Atomic layer deposition (ALD) and atomic layer etching (ALE) will be the key techniques for sub10 nm node technology. Establishing a mechanistic understanding of the underlying surface chemistry is crucial for the ...