2010 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
William E. Buhro spends much of his time researching Nanotechnology, Nanowire, Catalysis, Chemical engineering and Condensed matter physics. His study in Nanotechnology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Colloid, Doping and Semiconductor. His Semiconductor study incorporates themes from Whisker, Covalent bond, Whiskers, Nanometre and Mineralogy.
William E. Buhro has researched Catalysis in several fields, including Crystallography, Crystal structure and Crystallite. His Nanoparticle and Bismuth nanoparticles study in the realm of Chemical engineering interacts with subjects such as Shape control. His Condensed matter physics research focuses on Quantum dot and how it connects with Band gap, Smart material and Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
His main research concerns Crystallography, Chemical engineering, Semiconductor, Nanotechnology and Inorganic chemistry. His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecule, Ligand and Nanoclusters. His Chemical engineering research integrates issues from Thin film and Metallurgy, Crystallite.
The concepts of his Semiconductor study are interwoven with issues in Quantum dot, Nanowire and Condensed matter physics, Band gap. His study of Nanostructure is a part of Nanotechnology. His studies in Inorganic chemistry integrate themes in fields like Crystal growth, Solvent, Metal, Alkoxide and Copper.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanocrystal, Crystallography, Nanoparticle, Nanotechnology and Semiconductor. William E. Buhro interconnects Colloid, Transmission electron microscopy, Exciton and Absorption spectroscopy in the investigation of issues within Nanocrystal. His Crystallography research includes elements of Cadmium selenide, Zinc and Nanoclusters.
The Nanoparticle study combines topics in areas such as Yield, Nucleation, Inorganic chemistry, Autocatalysis and Economies of agglomeration. His research investigates the connection with Nanotechnology and areas like Chemical engineering which intersect with concerns in Iodide. William E. Buhro has included themes like Nanowire, Phase, Quantum wire, Substrate and Wurtzite crystal structure in his Semiconductor study.
William E. Buhro focuses on Nanocrystal, Nanoparticle, Cadmium selenide, Inorganic chemistry and Nanowire. Nanocrystal is a subfield of Chemical engineering that William E. Buhro studies. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quantum dot, Oxide, Impurity and Nuclear chemistry.
His studies deal with areas such as Crystallography and Particle size as well as Cadmium selenide. Many of his research projects under Inorganic chemistry are closely connected to Ion exchange with Ion exchange, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His study looks at the relationship between Nanowire and fields such as Semiconductor, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
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Solution-Liquid-Solid Growth of Crystalline III-V Semiconductors: An Analogy to Vapor-Liquid-Solid Growth
Timothy J. Trentler;Kathleen M. Hickman;Subhash C. Goel;Ann M. Viano.
CVD Growth of Boron Nitride Nanotubes
Oleg R. Lourie;Carolyn R. Jones;Bart M. Bartlett;Patrick C. Gibbons.
Chemistry of Materials (2000)
Two- versus three-dimensional quantum confinement in indium phosphide wires and dots
Heng Yu;Jingbo Li;Richard A. Loomis;Lin-Wang Wang.
Nature Materials (2003)
Kinetics and Mechanisms of Aggregative Nanocrystal Growth
Fudong Wang;Vernal N. Richards;Shawn P. Shields;William E. Buhro.
Chemistry of Materials (2014)
Solution-liquid-solid growth of semiconductor nanowires.
Fudong Wang;Angang Dong;Jianwei Sun;Rui Tang.
Inorganic Chemistry (2006)
Cadmium selenide quantum wires and the transition from 3D to 2D confinement
Heng Yu;Jingbo Li;Richard A Loomis;Patrick C Gibbons.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Semiconductor nanocrystals: Shape matters.
William E. Buhro;Vicki L. Colvin.
Nature Materials (2003)
Heterogeneous seeded growth: a potentially general synthesis of monodisperse metallic nanoparticles.
Heng Yu;Patrick C. Gibbons;K. F. Kelton;William E. Buhro.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2001)
Crystalline Boron Nanowires
Carolyn Jones Otten;Oleg R Lourie;Min-Feng Yu;John M Cowley.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
Solution−Liquid−Solid Growth of Indium Phosphide Fibers from Organometallic Precursors: Elucidation of Molecular and Nonmolecular Components of the Pathway
Timothy J. Trentler;Subhash C. Goel;Kathleen M. Hickman;Ann M. Viano.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1997)
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