Chemical Gas-phase Deposition of Nanostructured Materials Utilizing Laser Photolysis and Thermolysis of Organic Selenides and Tellurides

Author(s): Jackson Clive

The mechanism of the gas-phase decomposition and the properties of the deposited materials are examined in relation to the laser radiation-induced decomposition of gaseous organic Selenides and Tellurides those results in the chemical deposition of nanostructured materials on cold surfaces. Nanostructured halogen composites and IVA group element chalcogenides can also be made using laser photolysis or thrombolysis of polymer and IVA group element precursors in conjunction with laser photolysis or thrombolysis of the Se and Te precursors, which leads to chalcogten deposition