(199d) Bottom-up Synthesis of Nanoelectronic Titania Composites

Lu, Y., The University of Alabama
Wujcik, E. K., The University of Alabama
Bose, A., University of Rhode Island
Materials science is becoming a more and more important influencer in electronics, as new synthesis methods and new materials are consistently coming to fruition. In particular, bottom-up synthesis schemes offer unique material options, various alignments, and micro- to nanoscale (long- and short-range) control over morphology. Surfactant-templated and electrospun schemes have been developed here for room temperature and timely synthesis options of titania nanocomposites. Particularly those used in nanoelectronics applications.