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Field-effect in semiconductor-electrolyte interfaces
P. P. Konorov
|Statement||Pavel P. Konorov, Adil M. Yafyasov, and Vladislav B. Bogevolnov.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
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This book presents a state-of-the-art understanding of semiconductor-electrolyte interfaces. It provides a detailed study of semiconductor-electrolyte interfacial effects, focusing on the physical and electrochemical foundations that affect surface charge, capacitance, conductance, quantum effects, and other properties, both from the point of view of theoretical modeling and metrology.
Get this from a library. Field effect in semiconductor-electrolyte interfaces: application to investigations of electronic properties of semiconductor surfaces. [P P Konorov; Adil M Yafyasov; Vladislav B Bogevolnov] -- "This book presents a state-of-the-art understanding of semiconductor-electrolyte interfaces.
It provides a detailed study of semiconductor-electrolyte. Field Effect in Semiconductor-Electrolyte Interfaces on Nonequilibrium Depletion of Free Charge Carriers from Semiconductor 30 CHAPTER FIVE Application of Field Effect in Semiconductor-Electrolyte Interfaces for Studies of Surface Charge Layer Characteristics of Semiconductors and Semimetals 37 WIDE-GAP SEMICONDUCTORS 38 NARROW-GAP.
This article reviews the recent literature concerning biosensing with such transistors, gives clues to understanding the basic principles under which electrolyte-gated organic field-effect transistors work, and details the transduction mechanisms that were investigated to convert a receptor/target association into a change in drain by: A transistor (a “transfer resistor”, because “it is a resistor or semiconductor device which can amplify electrical signals as they are transferred through it from input to output terminals”, as defined by the three winners of Nobel Prizes in Physics in ) is composed of a semiconductor material with three or four terminals for connection to an external by: devices, but also because the field effect is capacitance-related, and this capacitance is known to be very sensitive to surface changes.
For example, the presence of guest molecules over one of the gate/dielectric or dielectric/semiconductor interface would result in a shift of the conductance of the semiconductor. Electrolyte-gated organic field-effect transistors have emerged in the field of biosensors over the last five years, due to their attractive simplicity and high sensitivity to interfacial changes.
Field Effect in Semiconductor-Electrolyte Interfaces: Application to Investigations of Electronic Properties of Semiconductor Surfaces Pavel P. Konorov, Adil M. Yafyasov, and Vladislav B. Bogevolnov This book presents a state-of-the-art understanding of. Field Effect in Semiconductor-electrolyte Interfaces: Application to Investigations of Electronic Properties of Semiconductor Surfaces This book presents a state-of-the-art understanding of semiconductor-electrolyte interfaces.
It provides a detailed study of semiconductor-electrolyte interfacial effects, focusing on the physical and. A totally innovative electrolyte-gated field effect transistor, embedding a phospholipid film at the interface between the organic semiconductor and the gating solution, is described.
A review of the experimental techniques for the in-situ investigation of the semiconductor—electrolyte interface is presented. These techniques can be separated into three broad classes. (i) The “mainly electrical” techniques are those of conventional electrochemistry: study of the Faradaic current and of the interfacial capacitance as a function of electrode Cited by: T.
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New Books Since December 7th, This list is updated every Thursday. Titles are arranged in call number order. To view previous lists, see our archives page. Konorov, A. Yafyasov, and V. Bozhevolnov, Field Effect in Semiconductor—Electrolyte Interfaces: Application to Investigations of Electronic Properties of Semiconductor Surfaces (Princeton University Press, ).Author: Yuri B.
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Scott C. Warren * ab and Elijah Thimsen * ac a Laboratory of Photonics and Interfaces, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland b Non-Equilibrium Energy Research Center, Northwestern University, Evanston, ILUSA. E-mail: [email protected]; Tel: +1 c Argonne National Laboratory Cited by: