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Thermal conductivity and refractive index of hafnia-alumina nanolaminates
Hafnia-alumina nanolaminates show improved smoothness and reduced crystallinity relative to pure hafnia in films formed by atomic layer deposition (ALD). However, typical nanolaminates also showExpand
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Spectral selectivity in infrared thermal detection
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We review infrared thermal detectors from the perspective of spectrally selective detection, which is important for applications ranging from chemical detection and target recognition to quantum electrodynamics. Expand
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Thermally invariant dielectric coatings for micromirrors.
Thermal expansion-induced curvature becomes a major effect in micromirrors as the mirror diameter exceeds 100 microm. Such mirrors are used for optical switching, scanning, and many otherExpand
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Integration of fluidically self-assembled optoelectronic devices using a silicon-based process
Fluidic self-assembly (FSA) is a technique for efficient wafer-scale placement of large numbers of small or microscopic devices into receptor sites etched in a substrate. This paper reports the firstExpand
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Design and characterization of adaptive microbolometers
We report the first practical results on design and characterization of adaptive microbolometers with a thermally tuned responsivity. Such devices are needed to simultaneously image scenes thatExpand
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Thermal dependence of the refractive index of GaAs and AlAs measured using semiconductor multilayer optical cavities
The longitudinal optical mode shift with temperature was measured in two vertical cavity surface‐emitting laser (VCSEL) type optical resonators with different GaAs and AlAs layer structures. TheExpand
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Thermal contact conductance of actuated interfaces
The thermal contact conductance (TCC) of microactuated mechanical interfaces has been characterized using an electronic technique, where micromachined test structures were heated with a current andExpand
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Adjustable responsivity for thermal infrared detectors
With the recent interest in adaptive IR imaging, focal plane arrays are desired that can operate linearly over an enormous dynamic range. Unfortunately, large signals can cause thermal detectors toExpand
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Thermally induced structural changes in nanoporous silicon dioxide from x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
Morphological changes due to adsorbed gases in nanoporous silicon dioxide thin films are demonstrated using in situ x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy at temperatures in the range 20⩽T⩽300°C. AdsorbedExpand
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Micromachined negative thermal expansion thin films
Materials with low coefficients of thermal expansion (CTE) are critically important in thin film design to create efficient bimorph actuators and to thermally stabilize structures of low stiffness.Expand
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