His primary areas of investigation include Inorganic chemistry, Oxide, Polymer chemistry, Chemical vapor deposition and Thin film. His study in Inorganic chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Molecular solid, Bismuth, Nanocomposite and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. His Oxide research integrates issues from Zinc, Indium and Conductivity.
He has researched Polymer chemistry in several fields, including Polyaniline, Electrical conductor and Aniline. His Chemical vapor deposition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy, Electron mobility, Surface coating, Analytical chemistry and Hybrid physical-chemical vapor deposition. The Thin film study combines topics in areas such as Group 2 organometallic chemistry and Argon.
Carl R. Kannewurf spends much of his time researching Inorganic chemistry, Crystallography, Thin film, Analytical chemistry and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. His work in Inorganic chemistry covers topics such as Valence which are related to areas like Nickel. The concepts of his Crystallography study are interwoven with issues in Metal and Copper.
His Thin film research includes themes of Metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy, Epitaxy, Chemical vapor deposition, Annealing and Superconductivity. His studies deal with areas such as Single crystal, Texture, Doping, Mineralogy and Microstructure as well as Analytical chemistry. In his study, Optoelectronics is inextricably linked to Thermoelectric materials, which falls within the broad field of Doping.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Analytical chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Crystallography, Doping and Thermoelectric effect. The various areas that Carl R. Kannewurf examines in his Analytical chemistry study include Thin film, Metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy, Electron mobility and Dopant. He combines subjects such as Oxide and Copper with his study of Inorganic chemistry.
His work on Crystal structure and Orthorhombic crystal system as part of general Crystallography study is frequently linked to Flux and Valency, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work carried out in the field of Thermoelectric effect brings together such families of science as Narrow-gap semiconductor, Solid solution and Hall effect, Electrical resistivity and conductivity. His study focuses on the intersection of Electrical resistivity and conductivity and fields such as Conductivity with connections in the field of Zinc.
His primary areas of study are Inorganic chemistry, Oxide, Doping, Metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy and Chemical vapor deposition. His work deals with themes such as Zinc, Indium, Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Conductivity, which intersect with Oxide. His Doping study deals with Band gap intersecting with Optics and Local-density approximation.
Carl R. Kannewurf interconnects Denticity, Cerium, Thin film, Melting point and Alkyl in the investigation of issues within Metalorganic vapour phase epitaxy. As a member of one scientific family, Carl R. Kannewurf mostly works in the field of Thin film, focusing on Analytical chemistry and, on occasion, Lattice constant. His Chemical vapor deposition research includes elements of Texture, Impurity, Lanthanide, Thermal stability and Microstructure.
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CsBi4Te6: A High-Performance Thermoelectric Material for Low-Temperature Applications
Duck Young Chung;Tim Hogan;Paul Brazis;Melissa Rocci-Lane.
Highly conductive epitaxial CdO thin films prepared by pulsed laser deposition
M. Yan;M. Lane;C. R. Kannewurf;R. P. H. Chang.
Applied Physics Letters (2001)
Redox Intercalative Polymerization of Aniline in V2O5 Xerogel. The Postintercalative Intralamellar Polymer Growth in Polyaniline/Metal Oxide Nanocomposites Is Facilitated by Molecular Oxygen
C. G. Wu;D. C. DeGroot;H. O. Marcy;J. L. Schindler.
Chemistry of Materials (1996)
In situ intercalative polymerization of pyrrole in FeOCl: a new class of layered, conducting polymer-inorganic hybrid materials
Mercouri G Kanatzidis;L. M. Tonge;Tobin J Marks;H. O. Marcy.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1987)
Cofacial Assembly of Partially Oxidized Metallomacrocycles as an Approach to Controlling Lattice Architecture in Low-Dimensional Molecular Solids. Chemical, Structural, Oxidation State, Transport, Magnetic, and Optical Properties of Halogen-Doped [M(phthalocyaninato)0] Macromolecules, Where M = Si, Ge, and Sn
Bruce N. Diel;Tamotsu Inabe;Karl F. Schoch;Tobin J. Marks.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1983)
Phase relationships and physical properties of homologous compounds in the zinc oxide-indium oxide system
Toshihiro Moriga;Doreen D. Edwards;Thomas O. Mason;George B. Palmer.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (2005)
Molten Salt Synthesis and Properties of Three New Solid-State Ternary Bismuth Chalcogenides, β-CsBiS2, γ-CsBiS2, and K2Bi8Se13
Timothy J. McCarthy;Stanley Pierre Ngeyi;Stanley Pierre Ngeyi;Ju Hsiou Liao;Donald C. DeGroot.
Chemistry of Materials (1993)
The Electrical Properties of Gold Nanoparticle Assemblies Linked by DNA.
So Jung Park;Anne A. Lazarides;Chad A. Mirkin;Paul W. Brazis.
Angewandte Chemie (2000)
A new thermoelectric material: CsBi4Te6.
Duck Young Chung;Tim P. Hogan;Melissa Rocci-Lane;Paul Brazis.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
High Thermopower and Low Thermal Conductivity in Semiconducting Ternary K−Bi−Se Compounds. Synthesis and Properties of β-K2Bi8Se13 and K2.5Bi8.5Se14 and Their Sb Analogues
Duck Young Chung;Kyoung Shin Choi;Lykourgos Iordanidis;Jon L. Schindler.
Chemistry of Materials (1997)
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