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Study Of Pulsed Laser Ablated Barium Strontium Titanate Thin Flims For Dynamic Random Access Memory Applications
(Indian Institute of Science, 2006-04-18)
The present study describes the growth and characterization of pulsed laser ablated Bao.sSro.sTiOs (BST) thin films. Emphasis has been laid on the study of a plausible correlation between structure and property in order ...
Epitaxial Perovskite Superlattices For Voltage Tunable Device Applications
Perovskite based artificial superlattices has recently been extensively investigated due to the immense promise in various device applications. The major applications include non-volatile random access memories, microwave ...
Transport And Noise In GaAs-Based Devices
The objective of this work was to study the noise in semiconductors and relate the transport mechanisms in the devices with the noise from the devices. The main part of the work was to set up a system for the measurement ...
Development Of Materials For High Emission Density Electron Emitters For Microwave Tube Applications
Microwave tubes are the choice of a wide range of high power and millimeter wave applications in radar, electronic warfare and communication systems. Advances in these devices are due to device innovation, improved modeling, ...
Thin Films From Metalorganic Precursors : ALD Of VO2 And CVD Of (Al1-xGax)2O3
Thin films and coatings of oxides are used in various fields of science and technology, such as semiconductor and optoelectronic devices, gas sensors, protective and wear resistant coatings etc. Of late, there has been a ...