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demonstrated in these early devices (e.g., see Section 3.3.2).46 Substantially better electrical characteristics were provided by devices employing Sesubstituted thin lms (i.e., as for the SnS1.4Se0.5 lms described) versus pure SnS2 analogs, perhaps because of the improved grain structure in these lms or because of modi cation of the electronic structure brought about by this substitution.31 Given the toxic nature of hydrazine, it is clearly desirable to reduce the amount of hydrazine used in the spinning process. To this end, high-quality tin chalcogenide lms spun using a mixture of water and hydrazine (20% hydrazine in water by volume) have also been demonstrated.47 The electrical properties of these lms are comparable with those achieved from lms deposited from pure hydrazine. 3.3.2 In2Se3 Films In an effort to explore the need for hydrazine during the spin-coating process, In2Se3 has been deposited using a route that rst isolates the hydraziniumbased metal chalcogenide precursor, followed by dissolving the precursor in a non-hydrazine-based solvent for spin coating.32 The attractiveness of this approach for large-scale production is that, assuming the identi cation of a suitable alternative solvent, hydrazine use can be limited to the step of precursor synthesis (presumably to be carried out by a chemical manufacturer that handles hydrazine). During device fabrication, more environmentally benign solvents might be employed. The In2Se3 precursor is isolated by dissolving In2Se3 and Se in hydrazine, as for the tin(IV) chalcogenides.32 Evaporation of the resulting solution yields a nominally amorphous hydrazinium precursor with approximate composition (N2H4)2(N2H5)2In2Se4. Decomposition of the precursor upon heating in an inert atmosphere follows a multistep process (Fig. 3.7), with completion of the bulk transformation to crystalline -In2Se3 (Fig. 3.7, inset) by approximately 350 C. As for the SnSe2 xSx system, incorporation of selenium results in a decomposition temperature in excess of 300 C, presumably as a result of the low volatility of Se at temperatures below this point. Combinations of ethanolamine and dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) work effectively as an alternative solvent for the hydrazinium precursor (individually these solvents are not as effective) and as a good wetting agent for the thermally oxidized silicon substrates. Although still corrosive and/or moderately toxic, the safety characteristics of ethanolamine and DMSO (often used as a vehicle for drug delivery) are substantially more desirable than those of hydrazine.48,49 Indium selenide precursor lms are formed by dissolving the hydrazinium-based precursor in the mixed-solvent system under nitrogen, spin coating the solution onto thermally oxidized silicon substrates, and performing a short low-temperature decomposition step with a maximum temperature of between 320 C and 350 C. The resulting stoichiometry of the deposited lms is In2.0(1)Se2.8(1), as determined by MEIS. Continuous lms with thicknesses
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slow A description referring to the maximum aperture of a lens. Lenses with a maximum aperture of f/8 are considered very slow. See also fast. Spot metering The only area that the camera uses to meter the light is a small area in the center of the scene. sRGB A color space created by HewlettPackard and Microsoft to more closely match display devices. sRGB is the standard color space used on the Internet. See also Adobe RGB and color space. stop A term of measurement in photography that refers to any adjustment in the exposure. When stop is used to describe shutter speed, a 1-stop increase doubles the shutter speed, and a 1-stop decrease halves the shutter speed. When stop is used to describe aperture, a 1-stop increase doubles the amount of light reaching the sensor, and a 1-stop decrease halves the light reaching the sensor. Super SteadyShot Vibration reduction technology that is built into the A700. The camera can shift the sensor to match the movement of the camera body, resulting in sharper photos when using longer shutter speeds. telephoto effect A photographic optical illusion that occurs when using a long focal length lens where objects can appear closer together than they really are.
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Hence the Wignerdistribution of a modulatedGaussiansignal is a twodimensional Gaussian whose center is located at [to,W O ] whereas the ambiguity function is a modulated two-dimensional Gaussiansignal whose center is located at the origin of the 7-v plane (cf. (9.14), (9.15) and (9.16)). Signals with Positive Wigner Distribution. Only signals of the form (9.49) have a positive Wigner distribution [30]. The Gaussian signal and the chirp are to be regarded as special cases. For the Wigner distribution of z ( t ) according to (9.49) we get (9.50) with W,,(t,
Carbon nanotube lms, 340 Carbon nanotube networks/arrays, applications using, 336 338 Carbon nanotubes (CNTs), 18 19, 314, 318, 336 338 bulk synthesis of, 423 electronic properties of, 351 in transfer printing, 423 424 transistors, 336 338 Carboxylates, 38 Carrier lms single-walled carbon nanotubes and, 424 in transfer printing, 423 424 Carrier mobility in nanowire materials, 353 in semiconductor nanowires, 333 Carrier multiplication, ef cient, 329 Catalysis, next-generation, 462 465 Cathodic electrodeposition, 211 212 Cation precursor, 241 CBD Bi2S3, 210 CBD Bi2Se3, 210 CBD cadmium sul de (CdS) lms, impurity content in, 202. See also Chemical bath deposition (CBD) CBD CdS, 200 203. See also Cadmium sul de (CdS) CBD (Cd,Zn)S, 207, 209. See also Cd1 xZnxS deposition CBD CIS lms, 210 CBD CuxS lms, 210 CBD MnS, 210 CBD Inx(O,OH,S)y, 209 CBD In(OH)3:Zn2+, 209 CBD MoSe2 semiconductor thin lms, 210 CBD PbS, 210 CBD processes, 201 202 investigation of, 209 210 CBD Sb2S3, 210 CBD SnS, 210 CBD TiO2, 210 CBD ZnO, 209, 210 CBD ZnS antire ection coating, 209 CBD ZnSe, 210 CBD ZnS(O,OH), 204 206 CdO, 21 Cd2SnO4, 21
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