This work will provide an overview of recent experiments devoted to study the nature and properties of materials obtained in situ via cluster-assembling, by using supersonic cluster beam deposition. This technique has proved to be a powerful tool for assembling nanostructured materials with tailored physical properties, in particular for: 1) carbon-based clusters deposited in situ on appropriate substrates in Ultra High Vacuum compatible conditions; 2) a micro-structured pattern based on pristine carbon-based dots and then promoted to the formation of SiC via in situ thermal annealing; 3) thermo-chemically doped nanostructured TiO2, revealing the possibility to control the band gap of this material. The electronic structure of the systems has been studied combining a wide variety of experimental methods, including valence-band and core-level photoemission, Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy, Scanning Auger Spectroscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy

Gavioli, L., Sancrotti, M., Carbon-based and other nanostructures obtained via cluster-assembling: a view combining electron spectroscopies and nanospectroscopies, Contributed paper, in Advances in Science and Technology, (Catania, 2006-06-05), Transtech Publications, Faenza 2006: 81-89. 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AST.51.81 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/18672]

Carbon-based and other nanostructures obtained via cluster-assembling: a view combining electron spectroscopies and nanospectroscopies

Gavioli, Luca;Sancrotti, Massimo
2006

Abstract

This work will provide an overview of recent experiments devoted to study the nature and properties of materials obtained in situ via cluster-assembling, by using supersonic cluster beam deposition. This technique has proved to be a powerful tool for assembling nanostructured materials with tailored physical properties, in particular for: 1) carbon-based clusters deposited in situ on appropriate substrates in Ultra High Vacuum compatible conditions; 2) a micro-structured pattern based on pristine carbon-based dots and then promoted to the formation of SiC via in situ thermal annealing; 3) thermo-chemically doped nanostructured TiO2, revealing the possibility to control the band gap of this material. The electronic structure of the systems has been studied combining a wide variety of experimental methods, including valence-band and core-level photoemission, Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy, Scanning Auger Spectroscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy
Inglese
Advances in Science and Technology
CIMTEC 2006
Catania
Contributed paper
5-giu-2006
10-apr-2009
1662-0356
Gavioli, L., Sancrotti, M., Carbon-based and other nanostructures obtained via cluster-assembling: a view combining electron spectroscopies and nanospectroscopies, Contributed paper, in Advances in Science and Technology, (Catania, 2006-06-05), Transtech Publications, Faenza 2006: 81-89. 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AST.51.81 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/18672]
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