The linear diffusion equation is proposed to provide a macroscopic description of ionic mobility in nanostructures. This approach has been demonstrated to account for diffusion processes in nanostructured titania-based films. The formulation of a classical diffusion inverse-problem and the experimental determination of concentration profiles by Rutherford backscattering spectrometry were used for the purpose. The model has allowed the measurement of the diffusion coefficient of W and Mo impurities in titania.

A semi-classical determination of the Schotty-barrier height in very-fine nanograins

GUIDI, Vincenzo;MALAGU', Cesare;MARTINELLI, Giuliano;COZZOLINO, Silvestro;PADULA, Mariarosaria
2004

Abstract

The linear diffusion equation is proposed to provide a macroscopic description of ionic mobility in nanostructures. This approach has been demonstrated to account for diffusion processes in nanostructured titania-based films. The formulation of a classical diffusion inverse-problem and the experimental determination of concentration profiles by Rutherford backscattering spectrometry were used for the purpose. The model has allowed the measurement of the diffusion coefficient of W and Mo impurities in titania.
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