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    (2016-01-01) Direction controlled growth of horizontal alignment of carbon nanotubes by ion beam surface treatment
    Houben, RG Robert
    In this report control over the growth direction of horizontally aligned of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) by an ion beam surface treatment is investigated. The CNTs are grown by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) using ethanol as the carbon source. The ethanol gets decomposed by the cobalt catalyst. The catalyst is deposited as cobalt-oxide by atomic layer deposition (ALD), which allows for accurate control of the layer thickness. In order to get consistent growth of CNTs the growth conditions, like tem....................
    (2016-01-01) LOLO
    Mironcika, S Svetlana
    (2016-01-01) Implications of nanostructuring on the efficiency of an InP solar cell
    Hoof, NJJ Niels van
    In the search for more efficient solar cells, different approaches have been attempted. Nanowires have shown to poses unique optical properties that can enable high efficiency solar cell devices. Semiconductor nanowires achieve this performance by having structures which size is compatible with the wavelengths of the solar spectrum. This thesis will explain the advantages of using nanowires as a replacement for planar layers, by focusing on the differences between the two. An experimental analys....................
    (2016-01-01) Non-equilibrium overstretching and intercalation of dsDNA:molecular dynamics and kinetic Monte Carlo simulations
    Sebregts, MMC Maarten
    Understanding the behaviour of DNA is important to gain insight in biological processes, including translation, transcription, gene repair and so on. However, DNA also has interesting mechanical properties that can, for instance, be used in designing novel materials. Single-molecule studies show that double-stranded DNA, when subjected to tension, undergoes a sharp transition from its native, helical ground-state to an overstretched, unwound state that is 70% longer. Intercalating molecules, for....................
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