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Impedance Measurements at the Semiconductor-Solution Interface.

Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology.

Impedance Measurements at the Semiconductor-Solution Interface.

by Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesCANMET report -- 84-15
ContributionsLeduc, J., Ahmed, S.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21891022M

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Submit your manuscripts to the Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES) Focus Issue on Processes at the Semiconductor-Solution Interface by Octo This issue of JES will address the most recent developments in processes at the semiconductor-solution interface including etching, oxidation, passivation, film growth, electrochemical and photoelectrochemical processes.

A new approach is used for the study of the semiconductor—solution interface with Fourier transform IR spectroscopy (FTIRS) in the multiple total internal reflection mode. Chapter 3, by Khan and Bockris, is a timely review of photo­ electrochemical kinetics and related devices.

Their work begins by reviewing critically important papers on photoelectrochemical kinetics. They continue by presenting detailed discussions concern­ ing the conceptual ideas of the semiconductor-solution interface.

The semiconductor– solution interface consists of a double layer in which the charge of the solid is balanced in the volume of the solution in the vicinity of the surface. Charges are concentrated in the region of the spatial charge, in the Helmholtz area and the Gouy layer and may be described quite accurately by approximations as condensers.

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Symposium G Processes at the Semiconductor Solution Interface 8. Symposium Focus: This symposium will address the most recent developments in processes at the semiconductor/solution interface including etching, oxidation, passivation, film growth, electrochemical and. In semiconductor electrochemistry there is considerable confusion concerning the potential distribution at the semiconductor/solution interface under weak depletion and accumulation conditions.

The applied potential is partitioned between the space charge layer in the semiconductor and the Helmholtz layer on the solution side of the by: Chemical etching and anodic oxidation of () silicon in alkaline solution: the role of applied potential this difference is accounted for by differences in the potential distribution at the semiconductor/solution interface, as revealed by electrical impedance measurements under etching conditions.

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Google Scholar. Traditional biological sensors, based on enzymatic receptors and potentiometric or amperometric transducers are well reviewed and are nowadays even included extensively in many textbooks. Theoretical consideration of electron transfer on the metal/solution and semiconductor/solution interface ; 3.

Electrochemical methods of measurements (electrochemical instrumentation, organizing electrochemical experiments, steady-state measurements, chronoamperometry, chronopotentiometry, cyclic voltammetry and spectroscopy of electrochemical. This ninth volume in the series concentrates on in situ spectroscopic methods and combines a balanced mixture of theory and applications, making it highly readable for chemists and physicists, as well as for materials scientists and engineers.

As with the previous volumes, all the chapters continue the high standards of this series, containing numerous references to further reading and the.

6 IR Spectroscopy of the Semiconductor/Solution Interface Jean-Noël Chazalviel and François Ozanam. Introduction IR Spectroscopy at an Interface Basic Principles of IR Spectroscopy External versus Internal Reflection Practical Aspects at an Electrochemical Interface Figure Schematic distribution functions on the rate of electron transfer for a heavily doped semiconductor-solution interface.

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