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Analysis of Strain and Intermixing in a Single Layer Ge/Si dots using polarized Raman Spectroscopy PEROVA, TANIA; MOORE, ROBERT (2006)The built-in strain and composition of as-grown and Si-capped single layers of Ge?Si dots grown at various temperatures (460?800 ?C) are studied by a comparative analysis of the Ge-Ge and Si-Ge modes in the polarized Raman ...
Composition and Stress Analysis in Si/SiGe Structures MOORE, ROBERT; PEROVA, TANIA (IEEE, 2004)Strained Si tecbnology enables improvements in CMOS performance and functionality via replacement of the bulk, cubic-crystal Si substrate witb a Si substrate that contains a tetragonally distorted, biaxially strained ...
Confined modes in photonic microtube structures. RAKOVICH, YURY; PEROVA, TANIA; DONEGAN, JOHN; MOORE, ROBERT (SPIE, 2007)We present the results of studies on small photonic microtube structures of less than 10 microns diameter. A new technique based on vacuum assisted filtration is used to produce the microtube resonantors. Whispering gallery ...
Investigations on rare-earth doped alumino-silicate xerogel incorporated in micro-channel glass and porous silicon MOORE, ROBERT; PEROVA, TANIA; GOUNKO, IOURI (2005)Porous materials in general have received great attention from the last century. The development of new porous materials and the preparation of new composites based on porous materials is a subject of interest. The development ...
Optical characteristics of ordinary and tunable 1D Si photonic crystals in the mid-infrared range MOORE, ROBERT; PEROVA, TANIA (2005)Reflection spectra and photonic band gaps (PBGs) for periodic structures consisting of grooved Si infiltrated with nematic liquid crystals (LCs) E7 have been obtained experimentally and by simulation. Periodically grooved ...
Spectroscopical analyis of strained silicon quantum wells PEROVA, TANIA; MOORE, ROBERT; BLAU, WERNER (SPIE, 2005)In this study, Strained silicon Quantum Wells (QW) were characterised using a variety of micro-scopical techniques. Among the techniques used were Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM), Elemental Electron Loss ...