Electrochemical cell for the preparation of porous silicon

Guerrero-Lemus, R.; Moreno, J.D.; Martinez-Duart, J.M.; Corral, J.L.
October 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct96, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p3627
Academic Journal
Describes the design of an electrochemical cell for the fabrication of porous silicon. Standard electrolytic cells; Advantages and inconveniences of the presently available cells; Optical configuration for the formation of porous silicon under illumination.


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