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Perspectives of Polymer and Nanocomposite Material Using in the Solid State Optoelectronics

Gorin, D.A. and Kosobudsky, I.D. and Kozyreff, A.A. and Mikaelyan, G.T. (2010) Perspectives of Polymer and Nanocomposite Material Using in the Solid State Optoelectronics. Journal of NANO and MICROSYSTEM TECHNIQUE (3).

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In the review is observed the application of nanostructured materials in solid state optoelectronics. It was demonstrated the possibility using a polymer matrix for active medium fabrication for dye laser and in other optical laser elements for example for creation of coatings with controllable optical parameters. These coatings can be applied as mirrors, optical filters etc. Examples of polyimide using as a passivation and protective coating for АIIIBV semiconductors compared with chalcogenide passivation and possibility of multilayered coating formation based on various combinations of passivation and protective layers have been demonstrated. It was presented the results that demonstrated perspectives of nanocomposite material with embedded carbon nanotubes for creation of effective heat sinks for electronics application. Keywords: chalcogenide and polyimide passivation, carbone nanotubes, polymer matrix, laser, nanocomposite

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:Full text is in Russian
ID Code:10243
Deposited By:Prof. Alexey Ivanov
Deposited On:08 Dec 2010 23:40
Last Modified:09 Dec 2010 09:29

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