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Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Modified Silicon Wafer

Polycrystalline silicon is a high purity polycrystalline form of silicon used as a raw material in the solar and electronics industries. It is a material consisting of several small silicon crystals and is one of the most popular materials for the production of solar cells. Polycrystalline silicon (multicrystalline silicon, also called polysilicon or poly-Si) is embedded with a higher purity than the high purity polycrystals used in the production of conventional solar cells. This is in contrast to the crystalline - silicon-based - photovoltaic industry, where both the solar detectors and the electronics industry have used the highest purity of polycrystalline forms of this silicon for raw materials. [Sources: 3]

To form polycrystalline silicon, engineers must control the size of the polycrystalline grains, which vary the physical properties of this material. However, it is difficult to produce nanoparticle composite films using the above steps, as it was difficult to control the size of the nanoparticles, prevent their reunion and distribute them evenly throughout the film. [Sources: 3, 4]

However, dissolved cellulose fibres as a coating on the surface of the silicon wafer solved this difficulty. By aligning these surfaces, polyethylene-imine-coated silicon wafers (PEI) ensure a sufficiently strong interaction with the HNT. [Sources: 0, 2]

On the 2D surface, the aggregation of CNF forms a 3D structure that increases both the contact area and the roughness. The surface of the cellulose model is much more homogeneous and the aggregates that form in multi-layered structures are easily recognizable. [Sources: 2]

With QCM for derivation, the adsorption of PVAm to CNF layer structure was detected and contributed in detail to finding better conditions for Lbl modification. In this study, we found that the adhesion of PVam to the 3-layer modification of LBL under assembly conditions is improved by introducing C NF into the middle layer during the layer - by layer deposition - and this behavior could accumulate and lead to the formation of modified fibers on the 2D surface, while the existence of CFFN in the middle layer creates a surface with a different topography. The different surface topographies are observable and vary under the same conditions as fiber modification, but the main reason for this is that PV amateurs are exposed to positive charge due to adsorption by bacteria. CFI is used as a middle layer in a 3-layer system to produce a polystyrene wafer with high surface contact area and roughness. [Sources: 2]

Previous studies have shown that the surface wetting and adhesion can be changed by different salt concentrations or pH values during CNF assembly. The method is applied layer-by-layer, and the cellulose fibers are modified with PAA and C NF in the middle anionic layer. The deposition method will lead to the formation of layer by layer LBL-like coating. One of the above-mentioned surface modification methods using molecular deposition methods is the production of nanoparticles (nanoplatelet polymer) and surface modification, which is processed by means of a layer method and coated with the nanoparticle. Nanopatelets polymer using the different salts and concentrations of pH. Two commonly used steps: First, surface modification is used and second, polymerization of CFFN. [Sources: 1, 2, 4]

The QCM - D-cellulose - coated sensor is monitored under various conditions, and cell damage and elongation can be seen in Figure 9 (c). The table shows the results of experiments in which the cellulose-coated silicon wafers were modified with CNF, PVAm, PAA and C NF in the middle anionic layer. The cells of the 10-fold bacteria, which were fixed on the modified surface of CFFN and PVam, were also examined in AFM fluid. C - NF adsorption of bacteria and their adhesion to ornamental bacteria (Figure 10 (b)). [Sources: 2]

As the results of UniversityWafer, Inc. show, the amount of PVAm adsorbed in the outermost layer is significantly higher than the adhesion of the modified fibres to ornamental bacteria. Compared to the roughness, we found that the surface aggregates had a higher roughness and also a higher adsorption power compared to bacteria (Figure 10 (a)). [Sources: 2]

When measuring the contact angle of ultra-pure water, nanoparticles-filled PEM films are more hydrophobic than untouched Pem films and have lower surface adhesion. Under normal load, the large PAH - Au - PAA films were significantly more water and water resistant than the untouched films. [Sources: 4]

This is the first time that nanoparticles synthesized in situ in a polyelectrolyte multilayer have been produced with a load capacity of more than 1,000 nanometers, increasing their wear and water resistance. This seems to give the surface a new functionality as a versatile tool under environmentally friendly conditions. We recently described PEM films containing clay and other nanoparticles and demonstrated that these polymer films could increase the wear resistance of Polyelectron Microfluidic Materials (Pem) multilayer polyelectrolyte multilayer. [Sources: 1, 4]

More recently, intrinsically doped polysilicon has been used as a "doped layer" in many electronics, and the photovoltaic industry produces high-performance, high-energy silicon wafers that use metallurgical rather than chemical cleaning processes. Monocrystalline silicon is more expensive because it also has to be recrystallized using the Czochralski method. Polycrystalline silicon compounds do not need to be deposited on a silicon wafer to form a solar cell, but can be deposited on other, cheaper materials, reducing costs. Metallurgy - Silicon can also be improved by using a new, more efficient and environmentally friendly process. [Sources: 3]




[0]: http://tuprints.ulb.tu-darmstadt.de/8400/

[1]: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2012/701695/

[2]: https://www.degruyter.com/view/journals/npprj/33/3/article-p385.xml?language=en

[3]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polycrystalline_silicon

[4]: https://www.intechopen.com/books/nanoscaled-films-and-layers/advance-in-tribology-study-of-polyelectrolyte-multilayers