Tolstoy, Valeri P (2006) Successive ionic layer deposition. The use in nanotechnology. Russian Chemical Reviews, 75 (2). pp. 161-175.
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The problems related to the synthesis of nanolayers of various classes of substances (inorganic, organic and hybrid, i.e., inorganic/organic) by successive ionic, ionic-molecular and ionic-colloidal layer deposition are discussed. The experimental data are systematised in terms of the type of reaction occurring on the surface during the synthesis. The use of successive ionic layer deposition in nanotechnology for the preparation of practically valuable nanolayers is considered. These nanolayers include the layers in SnO2-based conductometric gas sensors, passivating protective coatings on the metal surface, semiconductor cells for solar energy conversion, photo-, electrochromic and magnetic materials, pervaporation membranes, electrocatalysts, light diodes, and so on.
|Deposited By:||Prof. Alexey Ivanov|
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