Volume 28 Issue 8 - March 13, 2015 PDF
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Research Express@NCKU Mar. 13 ~ Mar. 26, 2015

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Synergistic Effect of Dual Interfacial Modifications with Room-Temperature-Grown Epitaxial ZnO and Adsorbed Indoline Dye for ZnO Nanorod Array/P3HT Hybrid Solar Cell
Jih-Jen Wu

A synergistic effect of the dual interfacile modifications on the photovoltaic performances of the ZnO nanorod (NR)/poly (3-hexylthiophere) (P3HT) hybrid solar cells is observed in this study. The ZnO NR arrays are modified with room-temperature (RT) grown epitaxial ZnO shells and D149 dye molecules prior to the P3HT infiltration. The epitaxial interface between RT-grown ZnO shell and ZnO NR, and …

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Micro-sublimation separation of boron in rock samples for isotopic measurement by MC-ICPMS
Chen-Feng You

The material recycling and redistribution in subduction zones is of research interest because the subduction process, which includes slabs dehydration/metamorphism and arcs forming, is the major way that crusts back to the mantle. Boron was regarded as an excellent tracer for studying crust-mantle interaction in subduction zones, for its great discrepancy both in concentrations and isotopic …

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Characterization of Aging-associated Cardiac Diastolic Dysfunction
Ping-Yen Liu

Herein we proposed a material and mathematical model for myocardium stiffness based on the concept of linear correlation between e/e’ and wedge pressure. Diastolic dysfunction is a common clinical manifestation in heart failure of geriatric patients [1][2] . With background variable like age, a reliable parameter to predict stiffness of myocardium and its relaxation under similar …

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DC plasma chemical vapor deposition of standing multi-layer graphene nanowalls on diamond and silicon
Yon-hua Tzeng

Graphene and diamond both exhibit outstanding physical and chemical properties and are promising for a wide range of applications from electronics to electrochemical reactions. Thermal chemical vapor deposition of graphene on catalytic substrates such as copper usually results in graphene films lying on the substrates. On the other hand, plasma assisted chemical vapor deposition involves electric …

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