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|Title:||Surface photo-response of nanostructure metal oxides using high vacuum kelvin probe technique||Authors:||Liu, Mengping||Keywords:||Nanostructure Metal Oxides (NMOs)
|Issue Date:||2011||Source:||Liu, M. P. (2011, March). Surface photo-response of nanostructure metal oxides using high vacuum kelvin probe technique. Presented at Discover URECA @ NTU poster exhibition and competition, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.||Abstract:||The Kelvin Probe (KP) is a non-contact, non-destructive vibrating capacitor device used to measure the work function difference, or for non-metals, the surface potential, between a conducting specimen and a vibrating tip. The Kelvin method was firstly postulated by the renowned Scottish scientist W. Thomson, later Lord Kelvin, in 1861. In this work, a high vacuum KP system incorporating with light source is setup to characterize the surface photo-response of novel nanosized semiconductive metal oxides( NMO) materials, which possess superior photocatalytic properties. [4th Award]||URI:||https://hdl.handle.net/10356/94957
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