Physics and Applications of CVD Diamond by Koizumi, Nebel, Nesladek New*-

Physics and Applications of CVD Diamond by Koizumi, Nebel, Nesladek New*-

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Format: Hardback
Publisher: Wiley VCH Language: english
PublishedOn: 2008-08-20 Author: Satoshi Koizumi,Christoph Nebel,Milos Nesladek
ISBN: 9783527408016 EAN: 9783527408016

Physics and Applications of CVD Diamond by Koizumi, Nebel, Nesladek New*-

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Leading scientists report on why and how diamond can be optimized for applications in bioelectronic and electronics, covering growth techniques, doping mechanisms, superconductivity, and excitonic properties, plus applications in quantum electronics, biosensors and SAWs.

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Publisher John Wiley & Sons
ISBN-10 3527408010
ISBN-13 9783527408016
eBay Product ID (ePID) 89014105

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Subjects Engineering & Technology
Format Hardback
Language English

Weight 824g
Width 174mm
Height 248mm

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Place of Publication Weinheim
Genre Electronics Engineering & Communications Engineering
Pagination 374
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Author Biography Satoshi Koizumi is Senior Researcher at the National Institute for Materials Science, Japan. As a member of the Super Diamond Group he is working on synthesis and characterization of diamond and cubic boron nitride (cBN), both high potential materials for electronic devices.Christoph Nebel is Team Leader at the Diamond Research Center oft the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan. His research work concentrates on characterization and development of nano-structured multi-array bio-sensors and field emission devices, both based on diamond. After owning positions at the Xerox Research Laboratories, Palo Alto/USA, and the Walter Schottky Insitute at the Technical University of Munich/Germany, he moved to Japan to continue his research on diamond. Milos Nesladek is Professor at the University of Hasselt in Belgium and Senior Researcher at the Saclay Research Center of the Atomic Energy Commissariat (CEA), France. His main interests include PE CVD growth, optical characterisation and defect spectroscopy of diamond films and novel electronic materials.
Country of Publication Germany
Author Christoph Nebel, Milos Nesladek, Satoshi Koizumi
Spine 23mm
Date of Publication 20/08/2008

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