Lauri Niinistö integrates many fields, such as Crystallography and engineering, in his works. He incorporates Mineralogy and Crystallography in his research. He frequently studies issues relating to Chromatography and Analytical Chemistry (journal). His Chromatography study frequently links to other fields, such as Analytical Chemistry (journal). His Organic chemistry study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Acetylene. Lauri Niinistö integrates many fields in his works, including Metallurgy and Titanium. Many of his studies on Nanotechnology apply to Atomic layer epitaxy as well. Lauri Niinistö undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Atomic layer epitaxy and Epitaxy through his works. Lauri Niinistö combines Epitaxy and Chemical vapor deposition in his studies.
His Organic chemistry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Ion. His study connects Chromatography and Analytical Chemistry (journal). His work in Chromatography is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Analytical Chemistry (journal). Lauri Niinistö performs multidisciplinary study on Crystallography and Crystal structure in his works. Lauri Niinistö conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Crystal structure and Crystallography through his works. Lauri Niinistö undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Inorganic chemistry and Physical chemistry in his work. Lauri Niinistö performs integrative study on Physical chemistry and Inorganic chemistry. Much of his study explores Nanotechnology relationship to Thin film. By researching both Thin film and Atomic layer epitaxy, Lauri Niinistö produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
Nanotechnology is closely attributed to Characterization (materials science) in his study. Characterization (materials science) is often connected to Nanotechnology in his work. His Thin film study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Ellipsometry. His research links Frontal lobe with Psychiatry. His study connects Psychiatry and Frontal lobe. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Chemical engineering. His study in Chemical engineering extends to X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy with its themes. His work often combines Metallurgy and Mineralogy studies. He integrates many fields, such as Mineralogy and Metallurgy, in his works.
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Synthesis and Surface Engineering of Complex Nanostructures by Atomic Layer Deposition
Mato Knez;Kornelius Nielsch;Kornelius Nielsch;Lauri Niinisto.
Advanced Materials (2007)
Advanced electronic and optoelectronic materials by Atomic Layer Deposition: An overview with special emphasis on recent progress in processing of high-k dielectrics and other oxide materials
Lauri Niinistö;Jani Päiväsaari;Jaakko Niinistö;Matti Putkonen.
Physica Status Solidi (a) (2004)
Synthesis of oxide thin films and overlayers by atomic layer epitaxy for advanced applications
Lauri Niinistö;Mikko Ritala;Markku Leskelä.
Materials Science and Engineering B-advanced Functional Solid-state Materials (1996)
Growth of titanium dioxide thin films by atomic layer epitaxy
Mikko Ritala;Markku Leskelä;Erja Nykänen;Pekka Soininen.
Thin Solid Films (1993)
Titanium isopropoxide as a precursor in atomic layer epitaxy of titanium dioxide thin films
Mikko Ritala;Markku Leskela;Lauri Niinisto;Pekka Haussalo.
Chemistry of Materials (1993)
Formation and stability of lanthanum oxide thin films deposited from β-diketonate precursor
Minna Nieminen;Matti Putkonen;Lauri Niinistö.
Applied Surface Science (2001)
Studies of metallic thin film growth in an atomic layer epitaxy reactor using M(acac)2 (M = Ni, cu, Pt) precursors
Mikko Utriainen;Minna Kröger-Laukkanen;Leena-Sisko Johansson;Lauri Niinistö.
Applied Surface Science (2000)
Determination of the hydroxyl group content in silica by thermogravimetry and a comparison with 1H MAS NMR results
Satu Ek;Andrew Root;Marko Peussa;Lauri Niinistö.
Thermochimica Acta (2001)
Development of crystallinity and morphology in hafnium dioxide thin films grown by atomic layer epitaxy
Mikko Ritala;Markku Leskelä;Lauri Niinistö;Thomas Prohaska.
Thin Solid Films (1994)
A comparative study on lanthanide oxide thin films grown by atomic layer deposition
Jani Päiväsaari;Matti Putkonen;Lauri Niinistö.
Thin Solid Films (2005)
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