International Nano Letters

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List of Papers (Total 236)

Characterization of catalytic chemical vapor-deposited SiCN thin film coatings

Silicon carbonitride thin films of 480 to 730-nm thicknesses were grown on silicon substrate using ammonia and hexamethyldisilazane gas sources using catalytic chemical vapor deposition process. Compositions of silicon, carbon and nitrogen in the SiCN films were varied by changing the flow rate of ammonia gas. The effect of deposition conditions on the structural, optical and...

Retracted: Electrical conductivity of hydrogenated armchair nanoribbon as a gas sensor using non-equilibrium Green's function method

This article was mistakenly published twice. For this reason this duplicate article has now been retracted. For citation purposes please cite the original:http://​www.​inljournal.​com/​?​_​action=​articleInfo&​article=​16 Abstract Nanosensing properties of hydrogenated edge armchair graphene nanoribbons (HAGNR) are investigated. Using non-equilibrium Green's function method in...

Retracted: Study of the wettability of ZnO nanofilms

This article was mistakenly published twice. For this reason this duplicate article has now been retracted. For citation purposes please cite the original:http://​www.​inljournal.​com/​?​_​action=​articleInfo&​article=​21 Abstract Al-doped and un-doped ZnO thin films deposited on quartz substrates by the nebulized spray pyrolysis method were studied to investigate the wettability...

Retracted: Optimization of radiation modes in asymmetric planar slab optical waveguides

This article was mistakenly published twice. For this reason this duplicate article has now been retracted. For citation purposes please cite the original:http://​www.​inljournal.​com/​?​_​action=​articleInfo&​article=​17 Abstract In this paper, we try to optimize the substrate-radiation/substrate-cladding (cover) radiation modes in terms of their performance parameters. It is...

Optimization of synthesis and characterization of nanosilica produced from rice husk (a common waste material)

Rice husk (RH), an inexpensive waste material, was used to produce nanosilica. Acid treatment of RH followed by thermal combustion under controlled conditions gave 22.50% ash of which 90.469% was silica. Various chemical treatments in varied conditions for controlled combustion were investigated in order to produce highly purified nanosilica. The structural properties (such as X...

Influence of Cr3+ substitution on the electrical and magnetic properties of Ni0.4Cu0.4Zn0.2Fe2O4 nanoparticles

The Ni0.4Cu0.2Zn0.4 ferrites with different concentrations of Cr3+ were synthesized at a low temperature (450°C) using sol–gel auto-combustion method. The X-ray diffraction analysis of the samples confirms the formation of a single-phase cubic spinel structure. The lattice constant decreases from 8.331 to 8.253 Å with an increase in Cr3+ substitution. Bulk density decreases from...

Unsteady MHD free convection boundary-layer flow of a nanofluid along a stretching sheet with thermal radiation and viscous dissipation effects

In this work, we study the unsteady free convection boundary-layer flow of a nanofluid along a stretching sheet with thermal radiation in the presence of magnetic field. To obtain non-similar equations, continuity, momentum, energy, and concentration equations have been non-dimensionalized by usual transformation. The non-similar solutions are considered here which depend on the...

Geometrical parameters measurement of surface functionalized micromachined micro-cantilever using optical method

Micro-cantilever arrays with different dimensions are fabricated by micromachining technique onto silicon <1 0 0> substrate. These sputtered gold-coated micro-cantilevers were later surface-functionalized. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), atomic force microscopy (AFM), and optical diffraction with laser source are employed to characterize the morphology and image measurement...

Tailored hybrid hyperbranched polyglycidol-silica nanocomposites with high third-order nonlinearity

One of the most convenient techniques for optical material fabrication is the sol–gel processing. It can be performed at low temperature that enables one to entrap even relatively unstable organic substances into silica matrix at the nanometer scale, thus developing homogeneous hybrid organic–inorganic nanocomposite materials of various functionalities. Here, novel hybrid organic...

Retracted: Structural, electrical, and optical properties of ATO thin films fabricated by dip coating method

Antimony-doped tin oxide (ATO) thin films were prepared by dip coating method. The effect of antimony doping on the structural, electrical, and optical properties of tin oxide thin films were investigated. Tin(II) chloride dehydrate (SnCl2·4H2O) and antimony(III) chloride (SbCl3) were used as a host and a dopant precursor, respectively. X-ray diffraction analysis showed that the...

Retracted: A new nano bismuth(III) salophen catalyst for green and efficient catalytic oxidation of sulfides into the corresponding sulfoxides

Bismuth(III) salophen as a new catalyst has been synthesized. Structural properties of this complex have been studied by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, differential scanning calorimetry, and thermal gravimetric analyses. The average crystalline size of Bi-salophen particles was 86 nm. Thermal analyses show that the complex is stable over 300°C...