Combinatorial Aspects of Materials Science 1017

Bill Archibald, Oliver Brummer, Martin Devenney, Daniel M. Giaquinta, Bernd Jandeleit, W. Henry Weinberg, and Thomas Weskamp Abstract 1017

34.1 Introduction 1018

34.2 Combinatorial Solid-state Materials Science 1020

34.2.1 Materials Library Synthesis 1022

34.2.2 Vapor Deposition Techniques 1022

34.2.3 Alternative Library Synthesis Techniques 1026

34.3 High-throughput Screening 1030 34.3.1 Optical Screening 1030

34.3.2 X-Ray Characterization 1031

34.4 Applications 1032

34.4.1 Superconductivity 1032

34.4.2 Ferromagnetic Semiconductors 1033

34.4.3 Magnetoresistant Materials 1034

34.4.4 Dielectric and Ferroelectric Materials 1035

34.4.5 Luminescent Materials 1038

34.5 Case Studies 1041

34.5.1 Materials Discovery 1041

34.5.2 Device Optimization 1042

34.6 Organic Materials and Polymers 1045

34.6.1 Schiff Bases for Nonlinear Optical (NLO) Materials 1045

34.6.2 Artificial Receptors for Small Organic Molecules 1046

34.6.3 New Materials for the Separation of Enantiomers 1046

34.6.4 Molecular Imprinting 1050

34.6.5 Polymers with Novel Topologies and Functionalization 1050

34.7 Summary and Outlook 1056 Acknowledgments 1057 References 1057

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