Special Issue "Nanomaterials grown by vaccum technologies and related applications: Selected Papers from TVS 2019 annual meeting"

A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2020).

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Prof. Ray Hua Horng
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Institute of Electronics, National Chiao Tung University
Interests: Solid-state lighting devices, solar cells, power device, HEMT, flexible electronics, optoelectronics, Nitride and oxide semiconductor MOCVD growths
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Dear Colleagues,

There are many methods to obtain nanomaterials. The collaborative conference at the Taiwan Vacuum Society (TVS) 2019 annual meeting aims to enable vacuum technological developments in the applications of nanomaterial growth and to further extend nanomaterial applications. This Special Issue, “Nanomaterials Grown by Vacuum Technologies and Related Applications: Selected Papers from the TVS 2019 Annual Meeting”, will contain the accepted papers presented during the TVS 2019 annual meeting related to the topic. The selected papers will include nanomaterial preparation by vacuum technologies, characterization, properties, and the applications of any devices.

Prof. Ray Hua Horng
Guest Editor

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  • nanomaterials
  • vacuum technology

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Development of Crystalline Cu2S Nanowires via a Direct Synthesis Process and Its Potential Applications
Nanomaterials 2020, 10(2), 399; https://doi.org/10.3390/nano10020399 - 24 Feb 2020
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Large-scale and uniform copper(I) sulfide (Cu2S) nanowires have been successfully synthesized via a cheap, fast, easily handled, and environmentally friendly approach. In addition to the reductive properties of the biomolecule-assisted method, they also have a strong shape- or size-directing functionality in [...] Read more.
Large-scale and uniform copper(I) sulfide (Cu2S) nanowires have been successfully synthesized via a cheap, fast, easily handled, and environmentally friendly approach. In addition to the reductive properties of the biomolecule-assisted method, they also have a strong shape- or size-directing functionality in the reaction process. The field-emission properties of the Cu2S nanowires in a vacuum were studied by the Folwer–Nordheim (F–N) theory. The Cu2S nanowires have a low turn-on field at 1.19 V/μm and a high enhancement factor (β) of 19,381. The photocatalytic degradation of Cu2S nanowires was investigated by the change in the concentrations of rhodamine B (RhB) under UV illumination. These outstanding results of Cu2S nanowires indicate that they will be developed as good candidates as electron field emitters and chemical photocatalysts in future nanoelectronic devices. Full article
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