Effect of chiral solution precursors in the epitaxial electrodeposition of metal oxides
Chiral solution precursor effects on the epitaxial electrodeposition of bismuth oxide
"Electrodeposition is a solution-based method for application of conductive thin films of metals and metal oxides onto conductive substrates. Through altering the choice of solution precursors, the formed deposits can be created with radically different properties. Here, the effects of the chiral species of tartrate are assessed during the deposition of epitaxial Bi₂O₃ on Au(100), and Au(111) and CuO on Ni(110) and Ni(111) by changing between enantiomerically pure tartrate and racemic tartrate"--Abstract, leaf iv.
M.S. in Chemistry
University of Missouri--Rolla
xi, 74 leaves
© 2005 Jonathan Edward Stewart, All rights reserved.
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Stewart, Jonathan Edward, "Effect of chiral solution precursors in the epitaxial electrodeposition of metal oxides" (2005). Masters Theses. 3820.
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