22 December 2014 SiOx nanodots as a ‘green gap’ solution
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We have synthesized SiOx nanodots (NDs) on a TiO2 dielectric using a glancing angle deposition technique. The SiOx NDs were 11 to 22 nm in diameter, which was confirmed by atomic force microscopy image. A green light emission (550 nm) was observed from SiOx NDs when excited with a xenon lamp of wavelength 322 nm. The emission was redshifted (∼6  nm) when the excitation was changed to 325 nm. The SiOx NDs-based detector showed a very low leakage current of ∼9  nA (−0.05  V) and responded to the green light at 550 nm.
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Aniruddha Mondal, Aniruddha Mondal, Bikram Kishore Mahajan, Bikram Kishore Mahajan, Bijit Choudhuri, Bijit Choudhuri, Ajitabh Kumar Tiwari, Ajitabh Kumar Tiwari, Santanu Chakrabarty, Santanu Chakrabarty, Kalyan K. Chattopadhyay, Kalyan K. Chattopadhyay, } "SiOx nanodots as a ‘green gap’ solution," Journal of Nanophotonics 8(1), 083069 (22 December 2014). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JNP.8.083069 . Submission:
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