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- 3Shankar, Karthik
- 2Farsinezhad, Samira
- 2Wiltshire, Benjamin D.
- 1Askar, Abdelrahman M.
- 1Kar, Piyush
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100-Fold Improvement in Carrier Drift Mobilities in Alkanephosphonate-Passivated Monocrystalline TiO2 Nanowire ArraysDownload
Single crystal rutile titania nanowires grown by solvothermal synthesis are actively being researched for use as electron transporting scaffolds in perovskite solar cells, in low detection limit ultraviolet photodetectors, in photoelectrochemical water-splitting, and in chemiresistive and...
Magnetic Field-Assisted Electroless Anodization: TiO2 Nanotube Growth on Discontinuous, Patterned Ti FilmsDownload
We present a magnetic field-assisted oxidation and etching process that transforms Ti thin films on arbitrary substrates into self-organized TiO2 nanotube arrays without the direct application of an anodization voltage between the cathode and the Ti film/substrate. In effect, the Ti...
Monocrystalline n-TiO2 nanowires of the rutile phase (Rtl-NWs) grown by a scalable hydrothermal method constitute a functional oxide nanomaterial with potential applications in photovoltaics, photocatalysts, field emitters and electro-chemical battery anodes. Carrier transport in Rtl-NWs is of...
Synthesis and Characterization of TiO2 Nanowire and Nanotube Arrays for Increased Optoelectronic FunctionalityDownload
The n-type semiconducting, vertically oriented TiO2 nanotube and nanowire arrays constitute a mechanically robust, high surface area, easily functionalized architecture with vectorial electron percolation pathways and have been the focus of interest for variety of applications including but not...