Emerging Adult Women’s Perceptions of Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC): A Grounded Theory Investigation
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Kirsten Gonzalez, Jioni Lewis
The first part of this study investigates how PEFM, an electronically conductive binder mediates the formation and composition of the SEI on the surface of an amorphous Si (a-Si) thin film electrode. The SEI layer is probed using in situ neutron reflectometry to understand the thickness, roughness and/or diffuseness of the layer. In addition, information related to the chemical composition is gained from the measured scattering length density value. Results indicate a large layer, ~ 800 Å thick forms on the surface of the anode.
Schuch, Elena, "Emerging Adult Women’s Perceptions of Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC): A Grounded Theory Investigation. " Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 2019.