# Browse Dissertations and Theses - Physics by Contributor "Gibson, J. Murray"

• (1998)
Amorphous solids are a technologically important class of materials whose structure is not yet well-described. High resolution structural probes such as neutron or x-ray scattering give limited information, restricted ...

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• (1998)
Amorphous solids are a technologically important class of materials whose structure is not yet well-described. High resolution structural probes such as neutron or x-ray scattering give limited information, restricted ...

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• (2001)
This thesis deals with topics of aberration reduction in high voltage ("" 100 k V) electron optical instruments, especially used for lithography (SCALPEL) and high resolution electron microscopy (HREM). Since the invention ...

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• (2000)
Over the last decade, much progress has been made in understanding the thermodynamic and kinetic properties of self-assembled quantum dot structures. These structures form as a result of the strain energy in mismatched ...

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• (1995)
High resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM) has been extensively used as a structure characterization technique in materials and biological science. In the past, qualitative use of HRTEM has been primarily employed.

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• (1997)
The Si/SiO$\sb2$ interface roughness has important effects on the performance of metal-oxide-semiconductor field effect transistor devices, which dominate contemporary integrated circuit technology. There have been intense ...

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• (1997)
The Si/Si02 interface roughness has important effects on the performance of metal-oxide semiconductor field effect transistor devices, which dominate contemporary integrated circuit technology. There have been intense ...

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• (1998)
The effects of space-charge have been investigated for the past half-century; the longevity of this research stems from the difficulty of the problem and from the technological advances which have availed new opportunities ...

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• (1996)
Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) is a powerful tool for the study of interface and surface phenomena. Its sensitivity to lattice plane orientation allows for the imaging of crystal strain. In this thesis, I will ...

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• (1995)
It is well-known that a surface's structure affects its properties; the effect of a surface's intrinsic stress, however, is less widely known but just as important. Using the novel technique of ultra-high vacuum transmission ...

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