Kazuyo Kurabayashi

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Polycrystalline silicon is used in microelectronic and microelectromechanical devices for which thermal design is important. This work measures the in-plane thermal conductivities of free-standing undoped polycrystalline layers between 20 and 300 K. The layers have a thickness of 1 +m, and the measurements are performed using steady-state Joule heating and(More)
within the PIPAAm-modified capillary at 30 °C and burst release during PIPAAm collapse. This burst is analogous to drug release from collapsing PIPAAm gel disks undergoing analogous thermal treatment. [17] Similarly, just after each temperature return to 30 °C, small fluorescent spikes are observed. In contrast, oscillatory fluorescent changes have been(More)
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