Atomic layer deposition of Al-incorporated Zn(O,S) thin films with tunable electrical properties
Mitzi, David B.
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CitationPark, Helen Hejin, Ashwin Jayaraman, Rachel Heasley, Chuanxi Yang, Lauren Hartle, Ravin Mankad, Richard Haight, David B. Mitzi, Oki Gunawan, and Roy G. Gordon. 2014. “Atomic Layer Deposition of Al-Incorporated Zn(O,S) Thin Films with Tunable Electrical Properties.” Appl. Phys. Lett. 105 (20) (November 17): 202101. Portico. doi:10.1063/1.4901899.
AbstractZinc oxysulfide, Zn(O,S), films grown by atomic layer deposition were incorporated with aluminum to adjust the carrier concentration. The electron carrier concentration increased up to one order of magnitude from 1019 to 1020 cm−3 with aluminum incorporation and sulfur content in the range of 0 ≤ S/(Zn+Al) ≤ 0.16. However, the carrier concentration decreased by five orders of magnitude from 1019 to 1014 cm−3 for S/(Zn+Al) = 0.34 and decreased even further when S/(Zn+Al) > 0.34. Such tunable electrical properties are potentially useful for graded buffer layers in thin-film photovoltaic applications.
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