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Nanocomposites, nanostructures and heterostructures of correlated oxide systems : symposium held April 9-13, 2012, San Francisco, California, U.S.A. / editors, Tamio Endo, Hiroaki Nishikawa, Nobuyuki Iwata, Anand Bhattacharya and Lane W. Martin.

By: Symposium HH, "Nanocomposites, Nanostructures and Heterostructures of Correlated Oxide Systems&quot (2012 : San Francisco, California).
Contributor(s): Endo, Tamio [editor] | Nishikawa, Hiroaki [editor] | Iwata, Nobuyuki [editor] | Bhattacharya, Anand [editor] | Martin, Lane W [editor] | Materials Research Society Meeting (2012 : San Francisco, California).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Materials Research Society symposium proceedings 1454.Copyright date: Warrendale, Pennsylvania. : Cambridge [England] ; New York : Materials Research Society ; Cambridge University Press, 2012Edition: First Edition.Description: xiii, 301 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781605114316 Hardback; 1605114316.Subject(s): Nanostructured materials -- Congresses | Oxide coating -- Congresses | Nanotechnology -- Congresses | Materiales nanoestructurados -- Congresos | Recubrimiento de óxido -- Congresos | Nanotecnología -- Congresos | NanotechnologyDDC classification: 620.11
Partial contents:
Electric and magnetic functions of oxides -- Superconductivity -- Heterostructures and interface -- Thin film growth process and surface treatment -- Optical applications, transparent conducting oxides -- Nanostructures.
Abstract: This volume contains papers presented at Symposium HH "Nanocomposites, Nanostructures and Heterostructures of Correlated Oxide Systems" held in San Francisco, California, April 9-13, 2012, during the JSAP-MRS Joint Spring Meeting (JSAP: Japan Society of Applied Physics). Future electronics will increasingly rely on oxide materials because of their unique functionalities. Advances in the synthesis and characterization of oxide thin films and nanostructures have brought about the observation of exciting new materials phenomena. The parallel fields of oxide heteroepitaxy and nanomaterials both exploit surfaces, interfaces, and boundaries in materials to achieve better performance and new properties. Core to both fields is the ability to control these structures at unprecedented atomic levels. Because of these common themes in this Symposium, researchers from both communities were brought together to identify and illuminate new areas of interaction and collaboration.
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Electric and magnetic functions of oxides -- Superconductivity -- Heterostructures and interface -- Thin film growth process and surface treatment -- Optical applications, transparent conducting oxides -- Nanostructures.

This volume contains papers presented at Symposium HH "Nanocomposites, Nanostructures and Heterostructures of Correlated Oxide Systems" held in San Francisco, California, April 9-13, 2012, during the JSAP-MRS Joint Spring Meeting (JSAP: Japan Society of Applied Physics). Future electronics will increasingly rely on oxide materials because of their unique functionalities. Advances in the synthesis and characterization of oxide thin films and nanostructures have brought about the observation of exciting new materials phenomena. The parallel fields of oxide heteroepitaxy and nanomaterials both exploit surfaces, interfaces, and boundaries in materials to achieve better performance and new properties. Core to both fields is the ability to control these structures at unprecedented atomic levels. Because of these common themes in this Symposium, researchers from both communities were brought together to identify and illuminate new areas of interaction and collaboration.

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