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奈米物理實驗室

Nano-scale Physics Laboratory

 

About

 


Our interests lie mainly on physical and chemical properties of nanostructures at surfaces. At present we are exploring the following topics:

Model System Study of Catalysis

We employ a variety of surface probe techniques (including STM, PES, RHEED, LEED, AES, FTIR, TPD), in combination with first- principles (DFT) calculations, to investigate origin of size-dependent catalytic properties, such as reactivity and selectivity, of oxide-supported metal nanoclusters under ultrahigh vacuum. The research is aimed to contribute to development of ideal catalysts.

Self-assembly Nanoscale Patterning

We study self-assembling properties of polymers, macro-molecules and nanoclusters on surfaces with a goal of developing novel manufacture approaches for nanodevices. Techniques used encompass STM, AFM, PES and SEM.

Technique

Ultra-High Vacuum

According to the kinetic theory, the surface will be contaminated in few second as the pressure at about 1E-6 torr. Therefore, in order to carry out meaningful measurements on the surface, it is necessary to study it under a vacuum in the range 1E-10 torr ~ 1E-11 torr. On the other hand, most of surface analytic tools can only be operated under UHV condition.
To achieve UHV condition, we first use the combination of vacuum pumps to pump apparatus in the form of large stainless steel chambers, with equipment which is bolted on using ‘knife edge’ flanges that seal by biting into copper gaskets. After pumping the chamber at a pressure about 1E-8 torr, we start to bake the entire vacuum chambers for several hours above 120℃, to remove contaminants, especially water, which tends to stick to the chamber walls and slowly degas into the chamber. Finally, we turn on the ion pump, then the base pressure of the chamber will be less than 1E-10.

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Reflection High Energy Electron Diffraction System

The RHEED system in Nano-scale Physics lab (S4-409) contains RHEED, LEED (Low energy electron diffraction)、 AES (Auger electron spectroscopy), and electrochemical cell for CV (cyclic voltammetry) experiment.

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Temperature Program Desorption

Temperature programmed desorption, also called thermal desorption spectroscopy, is a straightforward technique to get the information of chemisorptions and chemical reactions on surfaces.

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Infrared Reflection Adsorption Spectroscopy

Infrared reflection adsorption spectroscopy is a vibrational spectroscopic method often used in surface science. It involves a single external reflection of an infrared beam at a grazing angle of incidence on the molecules-covered substrate, the molecules absorb radiation according to their vibrational frequencies and corresponding absorption bands appear in the spectrum of the reflected radiation.

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Low Energy Electron Diffraction

Low energy electron diffraction (LEED) is a technique for inspection and survey of the surface by bombardment of low energy electrons (20-200eV).

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Auger Electron Spectroscopy

Auger electron spectroscopy, AES in short, is used to check the composition and chemical environment of surface by bombardment of electrons and measurement of Auger electrons.

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Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

The Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) was invented by Binning and Rohrer first in 1981 and they were rewarded a Nobel Prize in Physics in 1986 for this invention. According to the electron tunnel current between tip and sample and vertical displacements of the tip, STM gives direct real-space images of sample’s surface.

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X-ray Photoemisson Spectroscopy

This is the XPS analysis chamber which can be mounted to the BL09A U5 spherical grating monochromator undulator beamline (U5-SGM) at the National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center (NSRRC).

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Head

 Prof. Meng-Fan Luo

 
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​Education & Experience

  • Professor, Department of Physics, National Central University (2010.08 ~ present)

  • Associate Professor, Department of Physics, National Central University (2006.08 ~ 2010.07)

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, National Central University (2002.10 ~ 2006.07)

  • Institute of Surface and Interface Science, Department of Chemistry, UC Irvine (2000.10 ~ 2002.09)

  • PhD in Physics, University of Cambridge

  • Synchrontron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan (1995.06 ~ 1996.06)

  • BSc in Physics, National Taiwan University


Contact

  • TEL : 886-3-4227157 ext 65349

  • Fax : 886-3-425117

  • E-Mail : mfl28@phy.ncu.edu.tw

  • Adress : Department of Physics, National Central University, No.300, Jhongda Rd., Jhongli City, Taoyuan County 32001, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Group Members

 

Publication

 

Journal Articles

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  • Pei-Yang Cai, Yen-Wen Huang, Yi-Cheng Huang, Meng-Chin Cheng, Liang-Wei Lan, Chien-Cheng Kuo, Jeng-Han Wang* and Meng-Fan Luo* “Atomic Structures of Pt Nanoclusters Supported on Graphene Grown on Pt(111)”, J. Phys. Chem. C 122 (2018) 16132−16141.

  • Hsuan Lee, Zhen-He Liao, Po-Wei Hsu, Yu-Cheng Wu, Meng-Chin Cheng, Jeng-Han Wang* and Meng-Fan Luo* “Decomposition of methanol-d4 on Au–Rh bimetallic nanoclusters on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20 (2018) 11260-11272.

  • S.-C. Hsu, C.-H. Liao, T.-C. Hung, Y.-C. Wu, Y.-L. Lai, Y.-J. Hsu, M.-F. Luo* “Growth of C60 thin films on Al2O3/NiAl(100) at early stages”, Physica B 532 (2018) 29-36.

  • Ching-Lun Hsia, Jeng-Han Wang*, Meng-Fan Luo* ”Adsorption of an Au atom and dimer on a thin θ-Al2O3/NiAl(100) film: dependence on the thickness of the θ-Al2O3 film”, RSC Advances 8 (2018) 2642-2652.

  • Shih-Yu Wu, Liang-Wei Lang, Pei-Yang Cai, Yun-Wen Chen, Yu-Ling Lai, Ming-Wei Lin, Yao-Jane Hsu, Wei-I Lee, Jer-Lai Kuo, Meng-Fan Luo and Chien-Cheng Kuo* “Microscopic evidence for the dissociation of water molecules on cleaved GaN(1-100)”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20 (2018) 1261-1266.

  • Hsuan Lee, Zhen-He Liao, Po-Wei Hsu, Ting-Chieh Hung, Yu-Cheng Wu, Yuwei Lin, Jeng-Han Wang* and Meng-Fan Luo* “Surface structures and compositions of Au-Rh bimetallic nanoclusters supported on thin-film Al2O3/NiAl(100) probed with CO”, Journal of Chemical Physics 147 (2017) 044704.

  • Po-Wei Hsu, Zhen-He Liao, Ting-Chieh Hung, Hsuan Lee, Yu-Cheng Wu, Yu-Ling Lai, Yao-Jane Hsu, Yuwei Lin, Jeng-Han Wang* and Meng-Fan Luo* “Formation and structures of Au-Rh bimetallic nanoclusters supported on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 19 (2017) 14566-14579.

  • Hsuan Lee, Zhen-He Liao, Po-Wei Hsu, Ting-Chieh Hung, Yu-Cheng Wu, Yuwei Lin, Jeng-Han Wang* and Meng-Fan Luo* “The interaction of CO molecules on Au–Rh bimetallic nanoclusters supported on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, RSC Advances 7 (2017) 13362-13371.

  • Ting-Chieh Hung, Ting-Wei Liao, Zhen-He Liao, Po-Wei Hsu, Pei-Yang Cai, Wen-Hua Lu, Jeng-Han Wang* and Meng-Fan Luo* “Dependence on size of supported Rh nanoclusters for CO adsorption”, RSC Advances 6 (2016) 3830-3839.

  • Ting-Chieh Hung, Ting-Wei Liao, Zhen-He Liao, Po-Wei Hsu, Pei-Yang Cai, Hsuan Lee, Yu-Ling Lai, Yao-Jane Hsu, Hui-Yu Chen, Jeng-Han Wang* and Meng-Fan Luo* “Dependence on Size of Supported Rh Nanoclusters in the Decomposition of Methanol”, ACS Catalysis 5 (2015) 4276-4287.

  • Y.-D. Li, T.-W. Liao, C. X. Wang, C.-S. Chao, T.-C. Hung, C.Y. Ho, M.-F. Luo*, Yu-Ling Lai, Yao-Jane Hsu “The decomposition of methanol on Au-Pt bimetallic clusters supported by a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, RSC Advances 4 (2014) 31602-31604.

  • C. S. Chao, Y. D. Li, T. W. Liao, T. C. Hung, M. F. Luo* “Decomposition of methanol on partially alumina-encapsulated Pt nanoclusters supported on thin film Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, Appl. Surf. Sci. 311 (2014) 763-769.

  • C.-S. Chao, T.-W. Liao, C. X. Wang, Y.-D. Li, T.-C. Hung, M.-F. Luo* “Obstruction by CO of the decomposition of methanol on Pt nanoclusters on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, Appl. Surf. Sci. 293 (2014) 352-358.

  • Y. D. Li, T. C. Hong, T. W. Liao, M. F. Luo*, “Surface structures of Au-Pt bimetallic nanoclusters on thin film Al2O3/NiAl(100) probed with CO”, Surf. Sci. 618 (2013) 132-139.

  • Chen-Sheng Chao, Yu-Da Li, Bo-Wei Hsu, Won-Ru Lin, Hsin-Chung Hsu, Ting-Chieh Hung, Chao-Chuan Wang, Meng-Fan Luo*, “Two-Channel Decomposition of Methanol on Pt Nanoclusters Supported on a Thin Film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, J. Phys. Chem. C 117 (2013) 5667-5677.

  • C. W. Lin, C. T. Wang, M. F. Luo*, “Fabrication of nanoscale alumina on NiAl(100) with a scanning tunneling microscope”, Appl. Surf. Sci. 264 (2013) 280-285.

  • Chiun-Yu Ho, Rahul B. Patil, Chao-Chuan Wang, Chen-Sheng Chao, Yu-Da Li, Hsing-Chung Hsu, Meng-Fan Luo*, Yin-Chang Lin, Yu-Lin Lai and Yao-Jane Hsu, “Methanol-driven structuring of Au-Pt bimetallic nanoclusters on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, Surf. Sci. 606 (2012) 1173-1179.

  • C. T. Wang, C. W. Lin, C. L. Hsia, B. W. Chang, M. F. Luo*, ”Under-surface observation of thin-film alumina on NiAl(100) with scanning tunnelling microscopy”, Thin Solid Films 520 (2012) 3952-3959.

  • Sikandar H. Tamboli, Chandra Bhal Singh, R. B. Patil, Vijaya Puri, R. K. Puri*, Vandana Singh, and Meng Fan Luo, “Enhanced Secondary Electron Emission Yield of MgO Thin Films by Vapor Chopping Technique for Plasma Display Panels”, J. Nanoelectron. Optoelectron. 6 (2011) 1-6.

  • S. V. Kamat, S. H. Tamboli, V. Puri, R. K. Puri*, R. B. Patil and M. F. Luo, "Determination of optical transmission loss in poly (3-methyl thiophene) thin film planar waveguide: effect of vapour chopping", Progress in Electromagnetics Research M, 18 (2011) 197-207.

  • S. H. Tamboli, V. Puri, R. K. Puri*, R. B. Patil, M. F. Luo, "Comparative study of physical properties of vapor chopped and nonchopped Al2O3 thin films", Materials Research Bulletin, 46 (2011) 815-819.

  • B. W. Chang, J. P. Chou, M. F. Luo*, "Adsorption and diffusion of an Au atom and dimer on a θ-Al2O3(001) surface", Surf. Sci. 605 (2011) 1122-1128.

  • M. F. Luo*, C. C. Wang, C. S. Chao, C. Y. Ho, C. T. Wang, W. R. Lin, Y. C. Lin, Y. L. Lai and Y. J. Hsu, "Temperture-dependent structuring of Au-Pt bimetallic nanoclusters on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)", Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13 (2011) 1531-1541.

  • G. R. Hu, C. S. Chao, H. W. Shiu, C. T. Wang, W. R. Lin, Y. J. Hsu and M. F. Luo*, "Low-temperature decomposition of methanol on Au nanoclusters supported on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)", Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13 (2011) 3281-3290.

  • Yao-Jane Hsu*, Ya-Jyuan Hung, Ying-Chang Lin, Yu-Ling Lai, Hus-Ting Chang, Jia-Hao Wang, Yuet Loy Chan, Ching-Lun Hsia, Meng-Fan Luo*, Chih-Hao Lee, and D. H. Wei*, "The Origin of Interfacial Electronic and Magnetic Degradation for a Ferromagnet atop Organic Conjugated Molecules", Synthetic Metals 161 (2011) 575-580.

  • M.F. Luo*, C.C. Wang, G.R. Hu, W.R. Lin, C.Y. Ho, Y.C. Lin and Y.J. Hsu,"Active alloying of Au with Pt in nanoclusters supported on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)", J. Phys. Chem. C 113(2009) 21054-21062.

  • M.F. Luo*, M.H. Ten, C.C. Wang, W.R. Lin, C.Y. Ho, B.W. Chang, C.T. Wang, Y.C. Lin and Y.J. Hsu, "Temperature-dependent oxidation of Pt nanoclusters on a thin film of Al2O3 on NiAl(100)", J. Phys. Chem. C 113 (2009) 12419-12426.

  • M.F. Luo* and G.R. Hu, "Coverage-dependent absorption of atomic hydrogen into the sub-surface of Cu(111) studied by density-functional-theory calculations", Surf. Sci. 603 (2009) 1081-1086.

  • M.F. Luo*, J.Y. Huang, C.I. Chiang, G.R. Hu, C.C. Wang, C.T. Wang, C.W. Lin, "Aligning one-dimensional arrays of nanoclusters on a thin film of Al2O3 grown on vicinal NiAl surfaces", Surf. Sci. 603 (2009) 558-565.

  • M.F. Luo*, Y.H. Su, G.R. Hu, C.H. Nien, Y.W. Hsueh and Peilong Chen, "Dynamic behaviour of nanoscale-patterned phospholipid thin film on mica and silicon studied by atomic force microscopy", Thin Solid Films 517 (2009) 1765-1769.

  • M.F. Luo*, W.R. Lin, W.H. Wen, B.W. Chang, "Methanol electro-oxidation and induced sintering on Pt nanoclusters on thin film Al2O3/NiAl(100)", Surf. Sci. 602 (2008) 3258-3265.

  • A.A. Tseng, S.D. Sartale, M.F. Luo*, C.C. Kuo and Zhuang Li, “Manipulations of single atoms, molecules and nanoclusters by scanning probe microscopes”, in “Nanofabrication: Fundamentals and Applications”, edited by A. A. Tseng, World Scientific (2008).

  • S.D. Sartale, H.W. Shiu, M.H. Tien, C.I. Chiang, M.F. Luo*, Y.C. Lin and Y.J. Hsu, “Adsorption and decomposition of methanol on Au nanoclusters supported on a thin-film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, J. Phys. Chem. C 112 (2008) 2066.

  • M.F. Luo*, H.W. Shiu, M.H. Tien, S.D. Sartale, C.I. Chiang, Y.C. Lin and Y.J. Hsu, “Growth and electronic properties of Au nanoclusters on thin-film Al2O3/NiAl(100) studied by scanning tunnelling microscopy and photoelectron spectroscopy with synchrotron radiation”, Surf. Sci. 602 (2008) 241.

  • P.L. Chen*, T.Y. Wang and M.F. Luo*, “A statistical simulation approach for early stage thin-film growth from vapour-deposited atoms ”, J. Chem. Phys 127 (2007) 144714.

  • S.D. Sartale, H.W. Shiu, M.F. Luo*, Y.C. Lin and Y.J. Hsu, “Dehydrogenation of cyclohexene on Platinum nanoclusters on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, Catal. Lett. 119 (2007) 95-100.

  • M.F. Luo*, W.H. Wen, C.S. Lin, C.I. Chiang, S.D. Sartale and M.S. Zei, “Structures of Co and Pt nanoclusters on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100) from reflection high-energy electron diffraction and scanning-tunnelling microscopy”, Surf. Sci. 601 (2007) 2139-2146.

  • M.F. Luo*, K.R. Hu, and M.S. Lee, “Surface structures of atomic hydrogen adsorbed on Cu(111) studied by density-functional-theory calculations“, Surf. Sci. 601 (2007) 1461-1466.

  • S.D. Sartale, H.W. Shiu, M.H. Ten, J.Y. Huang,and M.F. Luo*, “Scanning Tunneling microscopy study of growth of Pt nanoclusters on thin film Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, Surf. Sci. 600 (2006) 4978-4985.

  • S.D. Sartale, K.L. Lin, C.I. Chiang, M.F. Luo* and C.C. Kuo, “Engineering patterns of Co nanoclusters on thin film Al2O3/NiAl(100) using STM manipulation techniques”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 89(2006) 063118.

  • M.S. Zei, C.S. Lin, W.H. Wen, C.I. Chiang and M.F. Luo*, “Epitaxial growth of Al2O3 on NiAl(100) by gas phase oxidation and electrooxidation”, Surf. Sci. 600 (2006) 1942-1951.

  • M.F. Luo*, Y.L. Yeh, P.L. Chen, C.-H. Nien and Y.W. Hsueh, “An AFM study of thermal behaviour of phospholipid monolayers on mica”, J. Chem. Phys. 124 (2006) 194702.

  • M.F. Luo*, C.I. Chiang,H.W. Shiu, S.D. Sartale, T.Y. Wang, P.L. Chen and C.C. Kuo, “Growth of Co clusters on thin films Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, J. Chem. Phys. 124 (2006) 164709.

  • L.N. Pinheiro, M.S. Zei*, M.F. Luo and G. Ertl, “The epitaxial growth of Pd electrodeposited on Au(100) studied by LEED and RHEED”, Surf. Sci. 600 (2006) 641-650.

  • M.F. Luo*, C.I. Chiang, H.W. Shiu, S.D. Sartale, and C.C. Kuo, “Patterning Co nanoclusters on thin film Al2O3/NiAl(100)”, Nanotechnol. 17 (2006) 360-366.

  • M.F. Luo, D.A. MacLaren, and W. Allison*, “ Migration and abstraction of H-atoms from the Cu(111) surface ”, Surf. Sci.586 (2005) 109-114.

  • W.C. Lin, C.C. Kuo, M.F. Luo, K.J. Song and M.T. Lin*,“ Self-Aligned Co Nanoparticle Chains Supported by Single Crystalline Al2O3/NiAl(100) Template ”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 86 (2005) 043105.

  • M.F. Luo, Z.Y. Li* and W. Allison, “ The understanding of Electronic Excitations of C60 on Graphite Surfaces ”, J. Phys. Condens. Matter 16 (2004) 6257-6265.

  • P. Niklowitz, Z.Y. Li*, A.P. Jardine, M.F. Luo, and W. Allison, “ Physisorption of Molecular Oxygen on C60 Thin Films ”, J. Chem. Phys. 120 (2004) 10225-10230.

  • M.F. Luo*, D.A. MacLaren, I.G. Shuttleworth and W. Allison, “ Preferential sub-surface occupation of atomic hydrogen on Cu(111) ”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 381/5-6 (2003) 654-659.

  • M.F. Luo, Z.Y. Li* and W. Allison “ Study of the kinetics of potassium diffusion in thin C60 films ”, Surf. Sci. 523 (2003) 168-178.

Thesis

  • Yi-Cheng Huang, "Oxidative steam reforming of ethanol on rhodium nanoclusters supported by graphene grown on Ru(0001)", Master thesis, (2018).

  • Yu-Cheng Wu, "Decomposition of methanol on vanadium nanoclusters supported by graphene/Ru(0001) and Al2O3/NiAl(100)", Master thesis, (2018).

  • Kai-Jen Hsiao, "STM and RHEED Studies of Vanadium Nanoclusters Grown on the θ-Al2O3/NiAl(100)", Master thesis, (2018).

  • Yu-Yao Hsia, "Oxidative Reforming of Ethanol on Rh(111): effective of co-adsorbed oxygen and hydroxyl", Master thesis, (2018).

  • James Wilson, "Atomic Structure and Reactivity of Rhodium Nanoclusers Supported by Graphene Grown on Pt(111): ACombined RHEED and XPS Study", Master thesis, (2018).

  • Hsuan Lee, "Methanol decomposition on Au-Rh Bimetallic Nanoclusters supported by Al2O3/NiAl(100): A combined IRAS and TPD study", Master thesis, (2016).

  • Yan-Wen Huang, "A STM Study of Growth of Rh and Pt Nanoclusters supported by Graphene on Pt(111)", Master thesis, (2016).

  • Pei-Yang Cai, "Methanol Decomposition on Pt nanoclusters supported by Graphene on Pt(111): A combined RHEED ,IRAS and TPD study", Master thesis, (2016).

  • Ting-Chieh Hong, "Methanol Decomposition on Rh Nanoclusters supported by Al2O3/NiAl(100): A combined IRAS ,TPD and PES study.", Master thesis, (2014).

  • Zhenhe Liao, "Methanol decomposition on Au-Pt bimetallic nanoclusters supported by Al2O3/NiAl(100): A combined IRAS and TPD study", Master thesis, (2013).

  • Yu-Da Li, "Methanol decomposition on Au-Pt bimetallic nanoclusters supported by Al2O3/NiAl(100): A combined IRAS and TPD study", Master thesis, (2013).

  • Ching-Lun Hsia, "A First-Principles Study of Adsorption of an Au Atom and Dimer on a θ-Al2O3/NiAl(100) Surdace", Master thesis, (2012).

  • Chen-Sheng Chao, "Methanol Decomposition on Pt Nanoparticles supported by Al2O3/NiAl(100): A combined IRAS and TPD study.", Master thesis, (2012).

  • Ting-Wei Liao, "The building of the molecular beam system.", Master thesis, (2012).

  • Shin-Chung Hsu, "Growth of C60 thin-film on Al2O3/NiAl(100) and Au-Pt bimetallic clusters on Al2O3/NiAl(100) exopsed to methanol.", Master thesis, (2011).

  • Chien-Wei Lee, "The growth of self-assembled docosanoic acid monolayers on θ-Al2O3/NiAl(100)", Master thesis, (2011).

  • Jiun-Yu Ho, "Adsorbate-induced restructuring in Au-Pt bimetallic nanoclusters on Al2O3 /NiAl(100).", Master thesis, (2010),

  • Chiau-Wen Lin, "STM tip-induced local oxidation on the NiAl(100) substrate", Master thesis, (2010).

  • Cheng-Ting Wang, " Probing the structures underneath the surface of θ-Al2O3/NiAl(100) and Au-Pt bimetallic clusters supported on the θ-Al2O3/NiAl(100)", Master thesis, (2010).

  • Guo-Ruei Hu, "Methanol decomposition on Al2O3/NiAl(100) supported Au nanoclusters:A combined FTIR and TPD study", Master thesis, (2009).

  • Bo-Wei Chang, "Adsorption and diffusion of Au1~2 atoms on θ-Al2O3(001) surface : a first principle study", Master thesis, (2009).

  • Ming-Han Ten, "STM and PES studies of metal nano-clusters on thin film Al2O3/ NiAl (100)", Master thesis, (2009).

  • Chau-jian Wang, "Alloying of Au-Pt nanoclusters on thin film Al2O3/NiAl(100)", Master thesis, (2009).

  • Jie-Yung Huang,“ Nanowires from Aligned One-dimensional Arrays of Co Nanoclusters on Al2O3 Grown on Vicinal NiAl Surfaces ”, Master thesis, (2008).

  • Shih-Hsun Chang,“ Growth of Oxide on NiAl(100) and its Interaction with Au ”, Master thesis, (2006).

  • Chao-I Chiang,“ Patterning Co Nanoclusters on Thin Film Al2O3/NiAl(100) ”, Master thesis, (2006).

  • Cheng-shun Lin,“ Using RHEED、LEED and AES to investigate the growing situation and geometric structure of Al2O3 on NiAl(100) and Co on Al2O3/NiAl(100) ”, Master thesis, (2006).

  • Wen-Hua Wen,“ Atomic Structures and Electro-catalytic Properties of Pt Nanoclusters on Thin Film Al2O3/NiAl(100) ”, Master thesis, (2006).

  • Chao-I Chiang,“ Patterning Co Nanoclusters on Thin Film Al2O3/NiAl(100) ”, Master thesis, (2006).

  • Hung-wei Shiu,“ Catalytic properties of Au nanoclusters supported on Al2O3/NiAl (100) surface ”, Master thesis, (2006).

  • Yi-Han Su,“ An AFM Study For Lithography and Dynamic Behaviors on Lipid Membranes ”, Master thesis, (2006).

  • Ya-Lin Yeh,“ An AFM study of thermal behavior of lipid over layers on mica ”, Master thesis, (2005).

 

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