Materials Science Research Trends by Lawrence V. Olivante

By Lawrence V. Olivante

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1(c). While the cathode of a CRT uses a point electron source, an FED uses a surface electron source. 6-inch color FED panels have already been manufactured, and research and development on 10-inch FEDs is proceeding very rapidly. When compared with TFT LCDs, FEDs offer a superior viewing angle (160 degrees both vertically and horizontally) and are several microseconds quicker in response speed. In the last decade, low-macroscopic field emission from carbon based films like diamond, diamond like carbon (DLC), amorphous carbon (a: C) etc.

Magnetron sputtering R. F. Magnetron reactive sputtering n-layer Magnetron sputtering PLD R. F. Magnetron sputtering PLD PLD R. F. Magnetron sputtering R. F. 0 Reference 165 166 110 172 103 173 174 Diode structure Thickness (nm) Carrier concentra-tion (cm-3) Substrate Deposition technique Electrodes Table 4(b). 5 Glass YSZ (111) technique: Ref technique: (Thickness ~ 100 nm) (Deposition technique: PLD) InGaO3(ZnO)5‡ (Deposition technique: PECVD) a-HfO2 (Deposition technique: ebeam evaporation) ITO (Thickness ~ 120 nm) (Thickness ~ 80 nm) (Thickness ~ 30 nm) (Deposition PLD) (Deposition technique: PLD) (Deposition PLD) technique: Visible Transparency (%) Transparent, as seen in the figure provided, but no numerical data given.

Bottom of CB Eg Top of VB d10 s0 O 2p6 (Cu+, Ag+) Figure 3. Schematic diagram of CMVB method. Energy levels are to the scale. After Ref. [144]. Next is the structural requirement for designing p-TCO materials. Tetrahedral coordination of oxide ions is advantageous for p-type conductivity, as it acts in reducing the localization behavior of 2p electrons on oxide ions [144]. The valence state of the oxide ions can be expressed as sp3 in this conformation. Eight electrons (including 2s2) on an oxide ion are distributed in the four σ bonds with the coordination cations.

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