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Lysenko, V., Perichon, S., Remaki, B. and Barbier, D. (2002) Thermal Isolation in Microsystems with Porous Silicon. Sensors and Actuators A, 99, 13-24.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0924-4247(01)00881-0

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  • TITLE: Enhanced Thermal Stability of Promising Nano-Porous Silicon Powder

    AUTHORS: Marwa Nabil, Hussien A. Motaweh

    KEYWORDS: Chemical Synthesis, Thermal Analysis, Porous Materials, Silicon-Nickel Nanocom-posite

    JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Nanoparticles, Vol.5 No.4, November 3, 2016

    ABSTRACT: A direct synthesis method is introduced to prepare nano-porous silicon-nickel nanocomposite (nPS/Ni) powder for thermal isolation applications. In this paper, we study the thermal stability of nanocomposites consisting of nanoparticles metal incorporated into the pores of a porous silicon by a very simple method. The nickel element is chemically deposited whereas the nanoparticles are precipitated on the pore surfaces. The (nPS) and (nPS/Ni) nano-materials are thermally measured under nitrogen at temperatures of 40℃ - 1000℃, noticeable, demonstrating better thermal stability of (nPS/Ni) until 900℃ than in the case of (nPS) at 600℃. Then, the improving of the thermal stability of the nPS powder is facilitated using it in many applications of the thermal insulation process.