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Preparation and characterization of TiO2 photocatalysts supported on various rigid supports (glass, quartz and stainless steel). Comparative studies of photocatalytic activity in water purification
Abstract In the present study TiO 2 has been supported on several rigid substrates. Deposition on glass and quartz was carried out by a dip coating procedure and the deposition on stainless steel byExpand
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Perspectives on oblique angle deposition of thin films: From fundamentals to devices
Abstract The oblique angle configuration has emerged as an invaluable tool for the deposition of nanostructured thin films. This review develops an up to date description of its principles, includingExpand
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XPS analysis of down stream plasma treated wool: Influence of the nature of the gas on the surface modification of wool
Abstract A microwave plasma treatment in a down stream configuration was used to modify the natural hydrophobocity of untreated wool fibers. This property is a consequence of the presence of a FattyExpand
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The state of the oxygen at the surface of polycrystalline cobalt oxide
Abstract XPS and factor analysis (FA) have been applied to characterize the surface state of three polycrystalline cobalt oxide samples with different crystallographic bulk structure (CO 3 O 4 andExpand
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Growth of Crystalline TiO2 by Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition
TiO2 thin films in the form of anatase have been prepared by plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) at 523 K as the substrate temperature and a low working pressure. The study of theExpand
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Reversible superhydrophobic to superhydrophilic conversion of Ag@TiO2 composite nanofiber surfaces.
A new type of superhydrophobic material consisting of a surface with supported Ag@TiO(2) core-shell nanofibers has been prepared at low temperature by plasma-enhanced chemical vapor depositionExpand
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Type of Plasmas and Microstructures of TiO2 Thin Films Prepared by Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition
TiO 2 thin films have been prepared at temperatures between 298 and 523 K by plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition at working pressures of 4 × 10 -3 and 4 × 10 -4 Torr, in this latter case byExpand
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Nanocolumnar association and domain formation in porous thin films grown by evaporation at oblique angles.
Porous thin films grown at oblique angles by evaporation techniques are formed by tilted nanocolumnar structures which, depending on the material type and growth conditions, associate along certainExpand
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