Adsorption of discrete organometallic complexes can be used to synthesize thin layers of electronic materials interest on metals, semiconductors and insulators. Ambient and ultrahigh vacuum methods are used to characterize the structure and reaction chemistry of these organometallic complexes interacting with hydroxylated aluminum surfaces. Covalently bound Zr-alkoxide layers are used to fashion thin layers with packaging and efficient electron transfer applications.
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|Published - Dec 1 1997
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- General Chemistry