Publications

List of known publications with Sil'tronix products

2016

Amorphous Alumina Barrier Coatings on Glass: MOCVD Process and Hydrothermal Aging

Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects

Dynamic Wet Etching of Silicon through Isopropanol Alcohol Evaporation

Effect of triterpene and steroid saponins on lecithin bilayers

Evolution of Crystal Structure during the Initial Stages of ZnO Atomic Layer Deposition

Formation of polyelectrolyte multilayers: ionic strengths and growth regimes

High-k MNOS-Like Stacked Dielectrics for Non-Volatile Memory Application

Investigation of morphology, reflectance and photocatalytic activity of nanostructured silicon surfaces

Optical, structural and electrical characterizations of stacked Hf-based and silicon nitride dielectrics

Preparation of a New Oligolamellar Stratum Corneum Lipid Model

Synthesis and characterization of a photosensitive organic–inorganic, hybrid positive resin type material: application to the manufacture of microfluidic devices by laser writing

The effect of guanidinium functionalization on the structural properties and anion affinity of polyelectrolyte multilayers

 

2015

A Process-Structure Investigation of Aluminum Oxide and Oxycarbide Thin Films prepared by Direct Liquid Injection CVD of Dimethylaluminum Isopropoxide (DMAI)

Alumina thin films prepared by direct liquid injection chemical vapor deposition of dimethylaluminum isopropoxide: a process-structure investigation

Amorphous alumina thin films deposited on titanium: Interfacial chemistry and thermal oxidation barrier properties

Boosting, probing and switching-off visible light-induced photocurrents in eumelanin-porous silicon hybrids

Dip- and spin-assisted stereocomplexation-driven LbL self-assembly involving homochiral PVA-g-OLLA and PVA-g-ODLA copolymers

High Yield of GaAs Nanowire Arrays on Si Mediated by the Pinning and Contact Angle of Ga

Instantaneous stereocomplex driven self-assembly of enantiomeric poly(vinyl alcohol)-graft-oligo(lactide) copolymers in DMSO and thin film formation thereof

Oxidized Porous Silicon Nanostructures Enabling Electrokinetic Transport for Enhanced DNA Detection

Process-structure-properties relationship in direct liquid injection chemical vapor deposition of amorphous alumina from aluminum tri-isopropoxide

Structural, Optical, and Thermal Analysis of n-Type Mesoporous Silicon Prepared by Electrochemical Etching

Surface-Active Lipid Linings under Shear Load—A Combined in-Situ Neutron Reflectivity and ATR-FTIR Study

The Biaxial Moduli of Cubic Materials Subjected to an Equi-biaxial Elastic Strain

 

2014

Design and controlled synthesis by dual polymerization of new organic–inorganic hybrid material for photonic devices

Submicron coating of SiO2 nanoparticles from electrophoretic deposition

 

2013

Experimental and theoretical study of electronic structure of lutetium bi-phthalocyanine

The search for Nanobubbles by using specular and off-specular Neutron Reflectivity

Untangling the role of oxide in Ga-assisted growth of GaAs nanowires on Si substrates

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