Volodymyr R Romanyuk

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
Nanoparticles under a few nanometres in size have structures and material functions that differ from the bulk because of their distinct geometrical shapes and strong quantum confinement. These qualities could lead to unique device applications. Our mass spectral analysis of CdSe nanoparticles reveals that (CdSe)(33) and (CdSe)(34) are extremely stable: with(More)
We report a comparative study of optical properties of 5-20 nm thick pyrolytic carbon (PyC) films, graphite, and graphene. The complex dielectric permittivity of PyC is obtained by measuring polarization-sensitive reflectance and transmittance spectra of the PyC films deposited on silica substrate. The Lorentz-Drude model describes well the general features(More)
The photocurrent enhancement effect caused by Au and Ag nanoparticles for GaAs-based photovoltaic structures of surface barrier or p-n junction type with microtextured interfaces has been investigated in dependence on the conditions of nanoparticles deposition and, respectively, on the shape and local dielectric environment of obtained nanoparticle arrays.(More)
Laser ablation on binary A(II)B(VI) compounds exhibits in time-of-flight mass spectra abundant peaks at stoichiometric (A(II)B(VI)),n with n = 13, 19, 33 and 34 measured on bulk powders of CdSe, CdS, CdTe, ZnS and ZnSe. Investigation on solution grown nanometer size particles of CdSe shown an existence of ultra-stable stoichiometric clusters (CdSe)13,(More)
  • 1