C. K. Ong spends much of his time researching Thin film, Condensed matter physics, Optics, Pulsed laser deposition and Dielectric. His Thin film research integrates issues from Optoelectronics, Ferromagnetic resonance, Magnetization and Nuclear magnetic resonance. The various areas that C. K. Ong examines in his Nuclear magnetic resonance study include Coercivity and Microwave.
His work on Ferromagnetism as part of general Condensed matter physics research is frequently linked to Permeability, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work is dedicated to discovering how Pulsed laser deposition, Doping are connected with Analytical chemistry, Absorption, Absorption edge and Ellipsometry and other disciplines. His study in the field of Permittivity and Dielectric loss is also linked to topics like Acrylic acid.
His main research concerns Condensed matter physics, Thin film, Analytical chemistry, Pulsed laser deposition and Microwave. His Condensed matter physics research incorporates themes from Magnetic anisotropy, Magnetic field, Magnetoresistance and Anisotropy. His studies in Thin film integrate themes in fields like Optoelectronics, Composite material, Substrate and Nuclear magnetic resonance.
His Analytical chemistry research includes elements of Amorphous solid, Doping and Scanning electron microscope. The Pulsed laser deposition study which covers Silicon that intersects with Crystallography. In his research, Optics is intimately related to Dielectric, which falls under the overarching field of Microwave.
His primary areas of study are Thin film, Condensed matter physics, Optics, Microwave and Magnetic anisotropy. His work deals with themes such as Optoelectronics and Nuclear magnetic resonance, which intersect with Thin film. His Nuclear magnetic resonance study deals with Composite material intersecting with Atmospheric temperature range.
The concepts of his Condensed matter physics study are interwoven with issues in Rectification, Ferromagnetic resonance and Anisotropy. C. K. Ong has researched Optics in several fields, including Dielectric and Omnidirectional antenna. His research in Microwave intersects with topics in Frequency response, Microscope, Ferroelectricity and Near and far field.
C. K. Ong mostly deals with Optics, Thin film, Dielectric, Condensed matter physics and Optoelectronics. The Thin film study combines topics in areas such as Ferromagnetic resonance, Microwave and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His Microwave study incorporates themes from Silicon and Ferroelectricity.
His Permittivity, Poole–Frenkel effect and High-κ dielectric study in the realm of Dielectric connects with subjects such as Dielectric spectroscopy. His Condensed matter physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Magnetic anisotropy and Anisotropy. C. K. Ong interconnects Substrate, Gate dielectric, Electrode and Permalloy in the investigation of issues within Optoelectronics.
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Effect of Ba doping on magnetic, ferroelectric, and magnetoelectric properties in mutiferroic BiFeO3 at room temperature
D. H. Wang;W. C. Goh;M. Ning;C. K. Ong.
Applied Physics Letters (2006)
Broadband complex permeability characterization of magnetic thin films using shorted microstrip transmission-line perturbation
Yan Liu;Linfeng Chen;C. Y. Tan;H. J. Liu.
Review of Scientific Instruments (2005)
Particle size influence to the microwave properties of iron based magnetic particulate composites
L.Z. Wu;J. Ding;H.B. Jiang;L.F. Chen.
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (2005)
An omnidirectional retroreflector based on the transmutation of dielectric singularities
Yun Gui Ma;C. K. Ong;Tomáš Tyc;Ulf Leonhardt.
Nature Materials (2009)
Fabrication of size-tunable gold nanoparticles array with nanosphere lithography, reactive ion etching, and thermal annealing.
B. J. Y. Tan;C. H. Sow;T. S. Koh;K. C. Chin.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2005)
Structural and electrical properties of tantalum nitride thin films fabricated by using reactive radio-frequency magnetron sputtering
H.B. Nie;S.Y. Xu;S.J. Wang;L.P. You.
Applied Physics A (2001)
Magnetic order in Co-doped and (Mn, Co) codoped ZnO thin films by pulsed laser deposition
L. Yan;C. K. Ong;X. S. Rao.
Journal of Applied Physics (2004)
Improvement of dielectric loss of doped Ba0.5Sr0.5TiO3 thin films for tunable microwave devices
K. B. Chong;L. B. Kong;LinFeng Chen;L. Yan.
arXiv: Materials Science (2003)
High frequency complex permeability of iron particles in a nonmagnetic matrix
L. Z. Wu;J. Ding;H. B. Jiang;C. P. Neo.
Journal of Applied Physics (2006)
Catalyst-free pulsed-laser-deposited ZnO nanorods and their room-temperature photoluminescence properties
Z. W. Liu;C. K. Ong;T. Yu;Z. X. Shen.
Applied Physics Letters (2006)
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