# Browse by Subject "Physics, Condensed Matter"

• (2004)
I use a combination of alloying and low-energy ion irradiation during film growth to controllably manipulate the nanostructure of TiN-based layers. Ti0.8Ce0.2N films are grown on oxidized Si(001) at 350°C using UHV ...

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In this work, a water vapor oxidation process is used to convert high Al composition $\rm Al\sb{x}Ga\sb{1-x}As$ to a stable native oxide. The native oxides described are formed at temperatures in the range of 400$\rm\sp\circ ... application/pdf PDF (3MB) • (1993) Data are presented on the comparison of the chemical stability of oxides of AlAs-GaAs heterostructures formed via atmospheric hydrolysis and by native oxidation at 400$\sp\circ$C for 3 h in a N$\sb2$+ H$\sb2$O vapor. Data ... application/pdf PDF (3MB) • (1967) application/pdf PDF (3MB) • (1983) Single crystal Nb-Ta superlattices with wavelengths from 20 to 800 (ANGSTROM) were fabricated in this work by Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) techniques. For the first time, electronic mean free paths and crystal domain sizes ... application/pdf PDF (5MB) • (1979) application/pdf PDF (15MB) • (1996) This thesis describes NMR measurements involving carbon-13, deuterons, and protons in acetylene ($\rm C\sb2H\sb2\$) adsorbed at room temperature on supported platinum catalysts.

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• (1991)
The author reports the study of diffusion of carbon monoxide on supported palladium and platinum clusters by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. As part of these studies, a novel NMR technique for studying diffusion (called an ...

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• (1981)
We have studied the ('77)Se NMR in single crystal of 2H-TaSe(,2) to test McMillan's proposal regarding charge density waves (CDW). We compare the temperature dependence of the NMR lineshape from 4.2 K to 130 K with predictions ...

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• (1996)
Currently, there is a great deal of interest in metallic multilayer systems, in particular magnetic multilayer structures, for both technological and scientific reasons. Since the growth properties and band structures for ...

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• (2009)
We have directly measured the current-phase relation (CPR) of a superconductor-ferromagnet-superconductor (SFS) Josephson junction, and determined that it contains a positive second-harmonic term proportional to sin(2&phis;). ...

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• (1989)
This thesis describes work done in two separate areas of the field of superconductivity. The first part describes experiments performed to measure a predicted, but previously unmeasured non-equilibrium effect in superconducting ...

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• (1995)
In this thesis we study certain nonequilibrium properties of mesoscopic superconducting rings, i.e., rings of finite circumference. Two classes of nonequilibrium behavior will be considered: (i) the system is prepared in ...

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• (2009)
We propose a model for the incoherent charge carrier transport in one-dimensional conductors based on the semi-classical Boltzmann transport equation. The electronic transport in these systems is described by treating ...

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• (1980)
Quite large, well-formed single crystals of m(phi)(,3)As(TCNQ)(,2) crystals have been grown. The largest of these crystals are probably the largest TCNQ salt crystals ever grown; they may also be the most perfect.

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• (1992)
Structural and magnetic properties of heavy rare earth films and superlattices synthesized by molecular beam epitaxy are investigated. Epitaxial films of rare earth metals, and superlattices of rare earths with Y interlayers, ...

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• (2006)
Finally, the initial stage of oxidation was studied for H2O-exposed Si(100) in the presence of Cl. Following H2O dissociation and saturation of the surface with Cl, a mild anneal allowed oxygen atoms to insert into Si dimer ...

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