Hartmut Wiggers mainly investigates Silicon, Nanoparticle, Doping, Analytical chemistry and Lithium. The Silicon study combines topics in areas such as Surface modification, Silane, Nanocomposite and Nanocrystalline silicon. His Nanoparticle study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Nanotechnology.
His work deals with themes such as Hydrogen and Conductivity, which intersect with Doping. His research integrates issues of Sintering, Electron paramagnetic resonance and Silicon oxide in his study of Analytical chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Carbonization, Anode and Coating as well as Lithium.
His primary scientific interests are in Nanoparticle, Silicon, Nanotechnology, Doping and Analytical chemistry. His Nanoparticle research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Surface modification, Sintering, Thin film, Inorganic chemistry and Particle size. His study in Silicon is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Anode, Nanocrystalline silicon and Lithium.
His Nanotechnology research integrates issues from Colloid and Oxide. Hartmut Wiggers has researched Doping in several fields, including Seebeck coefficient, Nanocrystal, Conductivity and Germanium. His Analytical chemistry research includes elements of Electron paramagnetic resonance, Hydrogen and Transmission electron microscopy.
Hartmut Wiggers spends much of his time researching Nanoparticle, Silicon, Anode, Catalysis and Combustion. His Nanoparticle study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ethanol, Nuclear chemistry, Perovskite, Coating and Nanomaterials. Hartmut Wiggers connects Silicon with Gas phase in his study.
His Anode research incorporates themes from Electrolyte, Lithium-ion battery and Nanotechnology. His work on Self-assembly is typically connected to Science, technology and society as part of general Nanotechnology study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Combustion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hydrogen, Iron oxide, Mass spectrometry and Cluster.
His primary areas of investigation include Nanoparticle, Raman spectroscopy, Silicon, Nanotechnology and Graphene. The concepts of his Nanoparticle study are interwoven with issues in Nucleation, Nanomaterials and Particle size. His Raman spectroscopy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Transmission electron microscopy, High-resolution transmission electron microscopy, Durability and Platinum nanoparticles.
His Silicon study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Lithium. He focuses mostly in the field of Nanotechnology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Combustion and, in certain cases, Silicon oxide, Cluster, Continuous reactor and Analytical chemistry. His Graphene research incorporates themes from Dispersion and Catalysis.
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Luminescent Colloidal Dispersion of Silicon Quantum Dots from Microwave Plasma Synthesis: Exploring the Photoluminescence Behavior Across the Visible Spectrum
Anoop Gupta;Mark T. Swihart;Hartmut Wiggers.
Advanced Functional Materials (2009)
Silicon nanoparticles: Absorption, emission, and the nature of the electronic bandgap
Cedrik Meier;Andreas Gondorf;Stephan Lüttjohann;Axel Lorke.
Journal of Applied Physics (2007)
Synthesis of high purity silicon nanoparticles in a low pressure microwave reactor.
Jörg Knipping;Hartmut Wiggers;Bernd Rellinghaus;Paul Roth.
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (2004)
Formation and properties of ZnO nano-particles from gas phase synthesis processes
Henning Kleinwechter;Christian Janzen;Jörg Knipping;Hartmut Wiggers.
Journal of Materials Science (2002)
Electronic Transport in Phosphorus-Doped Silicon Nanocrystal Networks
A. R. Stegner;R. N. Pereira;K. Klein;R. Lechner.
Physical Review Letters (2008)
Raman properties of silicon nanoparticles
Cedrik Meier;Stephan Lüttjohann;Vasyl G. Kravets;Hermann Nienhaus.
Physica E-low-dimensional Systems & Nanostructures (2006)
Doping efficiency in freestanding silicon nanocrystals from the gas phase: Phosphorus incorporation and defect-induced compensation
A. R. Stegner;R. N. Pereira;R. N. Pereira;R. Lechner;K. Klein.
Physical Review B (2009)
Plasma synthesis of nanostructures for improved thermoelectric properties
Nils Petermann;Niklas Stein;Gabi Schierning;Ralf Theissmann.
Journal of Physics D (2011)
Phase Composition, Oxygen Content, and Thermal Conductivity of AIN(Y2O3) Ceramics
Hendrik Buhr;Gerd Müller;Hartmut Wiggers;Fritz Aldinger.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (1991)
Electronic properties of doped silicon nanocrystal films
Robert Lechner;Andre R. Stegner;Rui N. Pereira;Roland Dietmueller.
Journal of Applied Physics (2008)
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