Silicon and Silicide Nanowires

Book Description

Nanoscale materials are showing great promise in various electronic, optoelectronic, and energy applications. Silicon (Si) has especially captured great attention as the leading material for microelectronic and nanoscale device applications. Recently, various silicides have garnered special attention for their pivotal role in Si device engineering and for the vast potential they possess in fields such as thermoelectricity and magnetism. The fundamental understanding of Si and silicide material processes at nanoscale plays a key role in achieving device structures and performance that meet real-world requirements and, therefore, demands investigation and exploration of nanoscale device applications. This book comprises the theoretical and experimental analysis of various properties of silicon nanocrystals, research methods and techniques to prepare them, and some of their promising applications.

Table of Contents

  1. Front Cover
  2. Contents (1/2)
  3. Contents (2/2)
  4. Preface
  5. Chapter 1 In Situ Observations Of Vapor–liquid–solid Growth Of Silicon Nanowires (1/5)
  6. Chapter 1 In Situ Observations Of Vapor–liquid–solid Growth Of Silicon Nanowires (2/5)
  7. Chapter 1 In Situ Observations Of Vapor–liquid–solid Growth Of Silicon Nanowires (3/5)
  8. Chapter 1 In Situ Observations Of Vapor–liquid–solid Growth Of Silicon Nanowires (4/5)
  9. Chapter 1 In Situ Observations Of Vapor–liquid–solid Growth Of Silicon Nanowires (5/5)
  10. Chapter 2 Growth Of Germanium, Silicon, And Ge– Si Heterostructured Nanowires (1/8)
  11. Chapter 2 Growth Of Germanium, Silicon, And Ge– Si Heterostructured Nanowires (2/8)
  12. Chapter 2 Growth Of Germanium, Silicon, And Ge– Si Heterostructured Nanowires (3/8)
  13. Chapter 2 Growth Of Germanium, Silicon, And Ge– Si Heterostructured Nanowires (4/8)
  14. Chapter 2 Growth Of Germanium, Silicon, And Ge– Si Heterostructured Nanowires (5/8)
  15. Chapter 2 Growth Of Germanium, Silicon, And Ge– Si Heterostructured Nanowires (6/8)
  16. Chapter 2 Growth Of Germanium, Silicon, And Ge– Si Heterostructured Nanowires (7/8)
  17. Chapter 2 Growth Of Germanium, Silicon, And Ge– Si Heterostructured Nanowires (8/8)
  18. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (1/13)
  19. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (2/13)
  20. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (3/13)
  21. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (4/13)
  22. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (5/13)
  23. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (6/13)
  24. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (7/13)
  25. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (8/13)
  26. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (9/13)
  27. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (10/13)
  28. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (11/13)
  29. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (12/13)
  30. Chapter 3 Transition Metal Silicide Nanowires: Synthetic Methods And Applications (13/13)
  31. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (1/14)
  32. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (2/14)
  33. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (3/14)
  34. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (4/14)
  35. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (5/14)
  36. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (6/14)
  37. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (7/14)
  38. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (8/14)
  39. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (9/14)
  40. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (10/14)
  41. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (11/14)
  42. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (12/14)
  43. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (13/14)
  44. Chapter 4 Metal Silicide Nanowires: Growth And Properties (14/14)
  45. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (1/12)
  46. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (2/12)
  47. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (3/12)
  48. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (4/12)
  49. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (5/12)
  50. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (6/12)
  51. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (7/12)
  52. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (8/12)
  53. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (9/12)
  54. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (10/12)
  55. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (11/12)
  56. Chapter 5 Formation Of Epitaxial Silicide In Silicon Nanowires (12/12)
  57. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (1/16)
  58. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (2/16)
  59. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (3/16)
  60. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (4/16)
  61. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (5/16)
  62. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (6/16)
  63. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (7/16)
  64. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (8/16)
  65. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (9/16)
  66. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (10/16)
  67. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (11/16)
  68. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (12/16)
  69. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (13/16)
  70. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (14/16)
  71. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (15/16)
  72. Chapter 6 Interaction Between Inverse Kirkendall Effect And Kirkendall Effect In Nanoshells And Nanowires (16/16)
  73. Chapter 7 Electrical Transport Properties Of Doped Silicon Nanowires (1/4)
  74. Chapter 7 Electrical Transport Properties Of Doped Silicon Nanowires (2/4)
  75. Chapter 7 Electrical Transport Properties Of Doped Silicon Nanowires (3/4)
  76. Chapter 7 Electrical Transport Properties Of Doped Silicon Nanowires (4/4)
  77. Chapter 8 Silicon Nanowires And Related Nanostructures As Lithium- Ion Battery Anodes (1/10)
  78. Chapter 8 Silicon Nanowires And Related Nanostructures As Lithium- Ion Battery Anodes (2/10)
  79. Chapter 8 Silicon Nanowires And Related Nanostructures As Lithium- Ion Battery Anodes (3/10)
  80. Chapter 8 Silicon Nanowires And Related Nanostructures As Lithium- Ion Battery Anodes (4/10)
  81. Chapter 8 Silicon Nanowires And Related Nanostructures As Lithium- Ion Battery Anodes (5/10)
  82. Chapter 8 Silicon Nanowires And Related Nanostructures As Lithium- Ion Battery Anodes (6/10)
  83. Chapter 8 Silicon Nanowires And Related Nanostructures As Lithium- Ion Battery Anodes (7/10)
  84. Chapter 8 Silicon Nanowires And Related Nanostructures As Lithium- Ion Battery Anodes (8/10)
  85. Chapter 8 Silicon Nanowires And Related Nanostructures As Lithium- Ion Battery Anodes (9/10)
  86. Chapter 8 Silicon Nanowires And Related Nanostructures As Lithium- Ion Battery Anodes (10/10)
  87. Chapter 9 Porous Silicon Nanowires (1/5)
  88. Chapter 9 Porous Silicon Nanowires (2/5)
  89. Chapter 9 Porous Silicon Nanowires (3/5)
  90. Chapter 9 Porous Silicon Nanowires (4/5)
  91. Chapter 9 Porous Silicon Nanowires (5/5)
  92. Chapter 10 Nanoscale Contact Engineering For Si Nanowire Devices (1/8)
  93. Chapter 10 Nanoscale Contact Engineering For Si Nanowire Devices (2/8)
  94. Chapter 10 Nanoscale Contact Engineering For Si Nanowire Devices (3/8)
  95. Chapter 10 Nanoscale Contact Engineering For Si Nanowire Devices (4/8)
  96. Chapter 10 Nanoscale Contact Engineering For Si Nanowire Devices (5/8)
  97. Chapter 10 Nanoscale Contact Engineering For Si Nanowire Devices (6/8)
  98. Chapter 10 Nanoscale Contact Engineering For Si Nanowire Devices (7/8)
  99. Chapter 10 Nanoscale Contact Engineering For Si Nanowire Devices (8/8)
  100. Back Cover

Product Information

  • Title: Silicon and Silicide Nanowires
  • Author(s): Yu Huang, King-Ning Tu
  • Release date: October 2013
  • Publisher(s): CRC Press
  • ISBN: 9789814303477