DEZ, DiEthyl Zinc, ZnEt2, Zn(C2H5)2, CAS# 557-20-0

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1Strem Chemicals, Inc.Diethylzinc, min. 95%
2Strem Chemicals, Inc.Diethylzinc, min. 95%, contained in 50 ml cylinder for CVD/ALD
3Strem Chemicals, Inc.Diethylzinc, min. 95%, contained in high-temp 50 ml cylinder for CVD/ALD
4Strem Chemicals, Inc.Diethylzinc, elec. gr. (99.9998%-Zn)
5EpiValenceZinc diethyl

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Plasma Enhanced Atomic Layer Deposition Film Publications

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1Al:ZnOAtomic layer deposition precursor step repetition and surface plasma pretreatment influence on semiconductor-insulator-semiconductor heterojunction solar cell
2Al:ZnOEncapsulation method for atom probe tomography analysis of nanoparticles
3Al:ZnOMetal-oxide-based hole-selective tunneling contacts for crystalline silicon solar cells
4Ga:ZnOThe Sandwich Structure of Ga-Doped ZnO Thin Films Grown via H2O-, O2-, and O3-Based Atomic Layer Deposition
5MgxZn1-xOUltraviolet photodetector based on MgxZn1-xO films using plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition
6ZnOAtomic layer deposition for perovskite solar cells: research status, opportunities and challenges
7ZnOAtomic-layer-deposited silver and dielectric nanostructures for plasmonic enhancement of Raman scattering from nanoscale ultrathin films
8ZnOBipolar resistive switching characteristics of low temperature grown ZnO thin films by plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition
9ZnOComparison between ZnO films grown by plasma-assisted atomic layer deposition using H2O plasma and O2 plasma as oxidant
10ZnOEffect of hydrogen peroxide pretreatment on ZnO-based metal-semiconductor-metal ultraviolet photodetectors deposited using plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition
11ZnOEffect of in situ hydrogen plasma treatment on zinc oxide grown using low temperature atomic layer deposition
12ZnOElectrical Characteristics of Top-Down ZnO Nanowire Transistors Using Remote Plasma ALD
13ZnOElectrical Characterization of Metal-Insulator-Semiconductor Capacitors Having Double-Layered Atomic-Layer-Deposited Al2O3 and ZnO for Transparent Thin Film Transistor Applications
14ZnOEmploying Overlayers To Improve the Performance of Cu2BaSnS4 Thin Film based Photoelectrochemical Water Reduction Devices
15ZnOEnhanced electron field emission properties of high aspect ratio silicon nanowire-zinc oxide core-shell arrays
16ZnOFabrication and Characterization of Flexible Thin Film Transistors on Thin Solution-Cast Substrates
17ZnOFast Flexible Plastic Substrate ZnO Circuits
18ZnOFast PEALD ZnO Thin-Film Transistor Circuits
19ZnOForming-free resistive switching of tunable ZnO films grown by atomic layer deposition
20ZnOGrowth of amorphous zinc tin oxide films using plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition from bis(1-dimethylamino-2-methyl-2propoxy)tin, diethylzinc, and oxygen plasma
21ZnOHighly Tunable Electrical Properties in Undoped ZnO Grown by Plasma Enhanced Thermal-ALD
22ZnOHysteresis behaviour of top-down fabricated ZnO nanowire transistors
23ZnOImproving the stability of atomic layer deposited alumina films in aqueous environments with metal oxide capping layers
24ZnOLow-Power Double-Gate ZnO TFT Active Rectifier
25ZnOLow-temperature atomic layer deposition of TiO2, Al2O3,and ZnO thin films
26ZnOMetal-oxide-based hole-selective tunneling contacts for crystalline silicon solar cells
27ZnONew approach toward transparent and conductive ZnO by atomic layer deposition: Hydrogen plasma doping
28ZnOOxide semiconductor thin film transistors on thin solution-cast flexible substrates
29ZnOOxide TFT LC Oscillators on Glass and Plastic for Wireless Functions in Large-Area Flexible Electronic Systems
30ZnOPlasma enhanced atomic layer deposition and laser plasma deposition of ultra-thin ZnO films for Schottky barrier devices
31ZnOPlasma enhanced atomic layer deposition of ZnO with diethyl zinc and oxygen plasma: Effect of precursor decomposition
32ZnORemote plasma enhanced atomic layer deposition of ZnO for thin film electronic applications
33ZnOSpectroscopy and control of near-surface defects in conductive thin film ZnO
34ZnOStructural, optical, electrical and resistive switching properties of ZnO thin films deposited by thermal and plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition
35ZnOSustained hole inversion layer in a wide-bandgap metal-oxide semiconductor with enhanced tunnel current
36ZnOTailoring Electron-Transfer Barriers for Zinc Oxide/C60 Fullerene Interfaces
37ZnOThe "Pure Marriage" between 3D Printing and Well-Ordered Nanoarrays by Using PEALD Assisted Hydrothermal Surface Engineering
38ZnOThe effect of oxygen remote plasma treatment on ZnO TFTs fabricated by atomic layer deposition
39ZnOThe Effects of an O2 Plasma on the Optical Properties of Atomic Layer Deposited ZnO
40ZnOThe Effects of UV Exposure on Plasma-Enhanced Atomic Layer Deposition ZnO Thin Film Transistor
41ZnOTop-down fabricated ZnO nanowire transistors for application in biosensors
42ZnOTuning of undoped ZnO thin film via plasma enhanced atomic layer deposition and its application for an inverted polymer solar cell
43ZnOWetting transitions of polymers via thermal and plasma enhanced atomic layer depositions
44ZnONLocal Electronic Structures and Electrical Characteristics of Well-Controlled Nitrogen-Doped ZnO Thin Films Prepared by Remote Plasma In situ Atomic Layer Doping
45ZnONUltraviolet Electroluminescence from Nitrogen-Doped ZnO-Based Heterojuntion Light-Emitting Diodes Prepared by Remote Plasma in situ Atomic Layer-Doping Technique
46ZnPO4Plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition of zinc phosphate
47ZnSPlasma enhanced atomic layer deposition of zinc sulfide thin films
48ZnSnOGrowth of amorphous zinc tin oxide films using plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition from bis(1-dimethylamino-2-methyl-2propoxy)tin, diethylzinc, and oxygen plasma

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