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Titanium Dioxide Nanomaterials
As a versatile material of photocatalytic properties, low cost, good biocompatibility, and high chemical stability, titanium dioxide (TiO2), especially at the nanometer scale, have been investigatedExpand
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1.9-kV AlGaN/GaN Lateral Schottky Barrier Diodes on Silicon
In this letter, we present AlGaN/GaN lateral Schottky barrier diodes on silicon with recessed anodes and dual field plates. A low specific ON-resistance R<sub>ON,SP</sub> (5.12 mQ · cm<sup>2</sup>),Expand
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Polarization-Engineered III-Nitride Heterojunction Tunnel Field-Effect Transistors
The concept and simulated device characteristics of tunneling field-effect transistors (TFETs) based on III-nitride heterojunctions are presented for the first time. Through polarization engineering,Expand
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Testing the ability of RIEMS2.0 to simulate multi-year precipitation and air temperature in China
RIEMS2.0 (Regional Integrated Environment Modeling System, Version 2.0) is now being developed starting from RIEMS1.0 by the Key Laboratory of Regional Climate Environment Research for Temperate EastExpand
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ZnO/TiO2 core–brush nanostructure: processing, microstructure and enhanced photocatalytic activity
Heterostructure ZnO/TiO2 core–brush nanostructures were synthesized on glass substrates by a combination of aqueous solution growth and magnetron sputtering method. The microstructure and morphologyExpand
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In vitro cell proliferation evaluation of porous nano-zirconia scaffolds with different porosity for bone tissue engineering.
The selection of scaffold materials and the optimization of scaffold morphological and mechanical properties are critical for successful bone tissue engineering. We fabricated porous scaffolds ofExpand
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Fabrication and characterization of SiO2 microcantilever for microsensor application
SiO2 microcantilevers were developed to improve the sensitivity of microcantilever sensors. Silicon plasma dry etching technique was employed to release SiO2 cantilever from bulk silicon at high rateExpand
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Effect of hydrogenation on the microwave absorption properties of BaTiO3 nanoparticles
Microwave absorbing materials (MAMs) have numerous important applications in electronic communications, signal protection, radar dodging, etc. Although it has been proposed as a promising MAM, BaTiO3Expand
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Microstructures and optical properties of β-V2O5 nanorods prepared by magnetron sputtering
Amorphous V2O5 films were prepared on glass substrates at room temperature by magnetron sputtering and converted to β-V2O5 nanorods by subsequent annealing in O2 flux. X-ray absorption near-edgeExpand
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High breakdown electric field in β-Ga2O3/graphene vertical barristor heterostructure
In this work, we study the high critical breakdown field in β-Ga2O3 perpendicular to its (100) crystal plane using a β-Ga2O3/graphene vertical heterostructure. Measurements indicate a recordExpand
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