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Yoke Khin Yap Research Laboratory

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ZnO Nanotubes
ZnO Nanotubes
3D Nanotube Cubes
3D Nanotube Cubes
SWCNTs
SWCNTs
Carbon Nanorods
Carbon Nanorods
Nanotech Filter
Nanotech Filter
Conical Bundles of CNTs
Conical Bundles of CNTs
DWCNTs
DWCNTs
ZnO Nanosquids
ZnO Nanosquids
Fat Carbon Nanotubes
Fat Carbon Nanotubes
BNNTs
BNNTs
Transistors without Semiconductor
Transistors without Semiconductor
Superhydrophobic BNNT Films
Superhydrophobic BNNT Films
ZnO Nanopropeller
ZnO Nanopropeller
From the Stone Age to the present Silicon Era, civilization of man has been accomplished by the use of many new materials. Breakthrough in the growth of prospective materials and discovery of new functional materials are both important for the advancement of materials science and civilization. We aim to understand the Physics and Chemistry of materials synthesis that allow rational control of materials formation and their properties. Capabilities to control the growth and properties of materials are important for the realization of their applications in advanced electronic, photonic, chemical, electrochemical, and biological devices. Our research interests are on the preparation, characterization and application of novel materials in the forms of bulk, thin films and nanostructures.

Dr. Yoke Khin Yap
Fisher 219
906.487.2900
ykyap@mtu.edu
Department of Physics
Michigan Technological University

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