tin dioxide


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tin dioxide

[′tin dī′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Recently we proposed an initial understanding of how some specific novel dopants can produce enhanced performance TCOs, termed the "remote impurity scattering mechanism", and we will now screen novel dopants in the earth abundant host oxides zinc oxide, tin dioxide and barium stannate, in order to find the ideal TCO/dopant combination.
Poelman, "(Co, Nb, Sm)-doped tin dioxide varistor ceramics sintered using nanopowders prepared by coprecipitation method," Journal of the American Ceramic Society, vol.
The calculated temperature corresponds to the transition temperature of 423 K, found by Chang [8, 26], as a result of measurements of ~100 nm thick Sn[O.sub.2] nanolayers, deposed on [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] using a method of reactive deposition from the target containing powdered tin dioxide. Compatible experimental results were reported by Rembeza et al.
Surface Dynamics of Tin Dioxide Interaction with Propene-Containing Feed in Presence of Residual Water," Applied Catalysis A: General, 125, 247-256 (1995).
There are also 57 products made with glass included, such as uncoated glass plate for liquid crystal displays; glass plate for television or video screens; certain glass lenses; and glass plate coated on one side with chromium and/or a mixture of diindium trioxide and tin dioxide. And there are 31 products including silicon, such as powdered silicon dioxide.
Li coated flat glass surfaces with 13- to 16-nanometer-thick layers of silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, or tin dioxide, which provided a surface for the bacteria.
The metal oxide semiconductor (MOS) sensor is a solid-state device composed mainly of sintered tin dioxide (Sn[O.sub.2]-x), which detects alcohol gas through an increase in electrical conductivity when the alcohol gas is absorbed on the sensor's surface.
Tin dioxide (Sn[O.sub.2]) is also a typical wide-gap semiconductor with band gap [E.sub.g] = 3.6 eV, because of the fascinating electronic properties and optical transparency they have been widely used in photovoltaic devices, transparent conducting electrodes, solar cells, chemical gas sensors, and panel displays [24-30].
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers of Tehran University succeeded in increasing the sensitivity of tin dioxide nanosensor up to less than 0.3 ppm by synthesizing multi-walled carbon nanotube/tin dioxide nanocomposite.
The primarily French and Algerian contributors investigate the physico-chemical properties of hydrogenated amorphous carbon thin films, fluorine-doped silicon oxide films prepared by plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition, zinc oxide thin films grown on silicon substrates, and tin dioxide thin films.
Also, the presence of small quantity of silica on a surface of tin dioxide increases activity of supported metal catalysts [34].