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Semiconductor Surface Functionalization For Advances In Electronics, Energy Conversion, And Dynamic Systems
A. Teplyakov, S. Bent
Published 2013 · Chemistry
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Semiconductors have played a tremendous role in the development of electronics since the inception of the electronics revolution more than 60 years ago. Over this period, the performance of semiconductors relied on the development of robust and reliable surface passivation and functionalization schemes. As the size of the individual components in microelectronics has decreased, the role of surface chemistry has become even more important. Moreover, in the development of fields such as sensing and energy conversion, the surface chemistry of the component semiconductor materials has often driven the functionality of devices and applications. Available functionalization chemistries take advantage of the localized and covalent nature of the semiconductor surfaces to form organic layers that can passivate the surface, assemble nanopatterns, influence subsequent deposition, or change the nature of interfacial electron transfer. Despite an established toolkit already available for semiconductor surface functiona...
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