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International Journal of Solid State Innovations & Research


Focus and Scope

About the Journal

International Journal of Solid State Innovations & Research:is a peer-reviewed hybrid open-access journal launched in 2011 that provides an international medium for the publication of experimental and theoretical research papers and review articles related to solid state material. Novel devices, quasi-crystals, and advanced materials for CMOS are other major fields served by this journal. The journal publishes the most significant new research papers or any other original contribution in the form of reviews and reports on new concepts in all areas of its scope and research being done in the world, thus ensuring its scientific priority and significance.

Focus and Scope

  • Amorphous oxide semiconductors: Electron transport properties, Single-crystalline semiconductor technology, Active-matrix liquid crystal display, Oxide electronics, Disordered network of distorted MOx, Tunable electrical conductivity, Density of subgap state (DOS) models, Heavy Metals, Band gap and Hall voltage.

  • Photovoltaics: Solar cell, Crystalline Silicon, Electricity, Ionization, Atomic bonds, Photoelectric effect, Modules, Single Junction, Direct Current, and Solar Spectrum.

  • Advanced materials for CMOS: Semiconductor fabrication technologies, P&N-type Transistors, Polymer films, Integrated Circuit, Analog Circuits, Metal-oxide-semiconductor, Electric Field Scaling, Silicon dioxide (SiO2) gate, Equivalent oxide thickness, and Polysilicon.

  • Novel devices: Chemical energy, Nano-sized objects, Quantum Devices, Biosensors, Nanofabrication, Graphene, Nanowires, Field-effect transistor, Self-assembled monolayers, and DenOvo Pathway.

  • Thin films: Physical vapor deposition (PVD), Chemical vapor deposition, Sensors, layers of thickness in nanometer, Bulk Substrate, Surface Interaction, TiN coatings, Adsorption, Nucleation, and Thermal Stress.

  • Crystal structure: Crystalline materials, Atoms, Bravais lattice, Unit cell, X-ray, Electron Density, Miller Indices, Crystal directions, Packed Structures, and Planes.

  • Quasicrystals: 3-D atomic arrangement, Electron diffraction patterns, Icosahedral Quasicrystals, Polygonal Quasicrystals, Ternary metallic alloys, Higher-dimensional crystallography, Stability of quasicrystals, Non-periodic, Lacks translational symmetry and aluminum-manganese alloys.

  • Spin glasses: Condensed matter, Magnetic State, Transition Temperature, Glassy system, Equilibrium state, Magnetic alloys, ferromagnetic bonds, antiferromagnetic bonds, Freezing of spins, and Energy Barriers.

  • High-temperature superconductivity: Superconductors at temperatures above 77 K, Liquid Nitrogen, Cryogenics, Ceramics, Crystal structures Cu and O atoms, Zero resistance, Strong diamagnetism, Magnetic resonance, Cuprates, and Type II Semiconductor.