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Number of articles annually published featuring organic and hybrid inorganic–organic thin films dep...
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Schematic illustration of purely organic thin films grown by MLD (left) and hybrid inorganic–organi...
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An ALD/MLD cycle consisting of the following four steps: (1) the first (inorganic) precursor is pul...
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Dependence of the film growth on the deposition temperature: (a) within the so-called ALD window th...
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Ideally, the organic precursor molecule reacts with one surface site only and remains straight (lef...
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Schematic illustration of ALD/MLD inorganic–organic hybrid thin films deposited by using (a) TMA wi...
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Schematic illustration of ALD/MLD inorganic–organic hybrid thin films deposited using TMA together ...
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Growth per cycle values for inorganic–organic hybrid films deposited by using TMA with different ca...
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Schematic illustration of an ALD/MLD inorganic–organic hybrid thin film deposited using 7-octenyltr...
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Electron microscope images of (a) 250 nm silica particles coated with a 25 nm thick layer of TMA+EG...
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Field emission scanning electron microscopy image of a nanolaminate fabricated using five bilayers ...
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A nanolaminate coating consisting of Al2O3 and TMA+EG alucone layers with targeted thicknesses of 2...
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An HRTEM image of a capacitor memory device fabricated by using Al-containing hybrid (marked as AlO...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2014, 5, 1104–1136, doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.123
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