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Energy Band Alignment between Anatase and Rutile TiO2
Using photoelectron spectroscopy, the interface formation of anatase and rutile TiO2 with RuO2 and tin-doped indium oxide (ITO) is studied. It is consistently found that the valence band maximum ofExpand
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Characterization of tellurium layers for back contact formation on close to technology treated CdTe surfaces
We have studied the contact formation on CdTe surfaces following the technologically applied procedure. The electronic properties of wet chemically etched CdTe surfaces has been investigated withExpand
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Orientation dependent ionization potential of In2O3: a natural source for inhomogeneous barrier formation at electrode interfaces in organic electronics.
The ionization potentials of In(2)O(3) films grown epitaxially by magnetron sputtering on Y-stabilized ZrO(2) substrates with (100) and (111) surface orientation are determined using photoelectronExpand
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Lightweight aggregates produced from sand sludge and zeolitic rocks
Abstract This paper reports the results of investigations on manufacturing lightweight aggregates from sand sludge with zeolitic rocks added to decrease the foaming temperature. Sand sludge is aExpand
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Interface properties and band alignment of Cu2S/CdS thin film solar cells
The stoichiometry and electronic properties of bulk Cu2S thin films obtained by vacuum evaporation were investigated by optical spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction and photoemission spectroscopy. TheExpand
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Electroless synthesis of nanostructured nickel and nickel–boron tubes and their performance as unsupported ethanol electrooxidation catalysts
Abstract Considering the low abundance of platinum group metals and the high catalytic performance of nickel for the oxidation of small organic molecules, nickel catalysts are promisingExpand
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Fabrication of porous rhodium nanotube catalysts by electroless plating
A versatile electroless plating procedure for the fabrication of rhodium nanomaterials was developed, leading to deposits consisting of loosely agglomerated metal nanoparticles. By using carbon blackExpand
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CoOx thin film deposited by CVD as efficient water oxidation catalyst: change of oxidation state in XPS and its correlation to electrochemical activity.
To reduce energy losses in water electrolysers a fundamental understanding of the water oxidation reaction steps is necessary to design efficient oxygen evolution catalysts. Here we present CoOx/TiExpand
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Bridged Polystannoxane : A New Route toward Nanoporous Tin Dioxide
Hydrolysis and condensation under acidic conditions of bis(triprop-l-ynylstannyl)p-phenylene 1, p-xylene 2, or butylene 3 precursors yielded bridged polystannoxanes in the form of xerogels afterExpand
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Deep and Shallow TiO2 Gap States on Cleaved Anatase Single Crystal (101) Surfaces, Nanocrystalline Anatase Films, and ALD Titania Ante and Post Annealing
Using photoelectron spectroscopy (PES), deep (around 1.2 eV below Fermi level) and shallow (around 0.2 eV below Fermi level) gap states are investigated in differently prepared TiO2 samples: In situExpand
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