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|Title:||Unexpected improved conductivity and systematic low-temperature anomalies of a new germanium zinc indium oxide system|
|Source:||Sun, J., Lai, W.S., Yang, W., Gong, H. (2012-10). Unexpected improved conductivity and systematic low-temperature anomalies of a new germanium zinc indium oxide system. EPL 100 (1) : -. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/100/17003|
|Abstract:||The structure, electrical conduction behaviour, optical transmittance and Haacke figure of merit (FOM) of the Ge-Zn-In-O compound are investigated for the first time. Certain Ge-Zn-In-O compounds with Ge/(Ge+Zn+In) atomic ratio even greater than 10%, denoted as a-GeZnInO, can have a surprisingly 2 times higher conductivity than indium zinc oxide (IZO) with industrial standard indium/zinc atomic ratio of 83/17 (IZO83/17). With varying Ge concentration, unexpected appearance and disappearance of the crystalline In 2O 3 phase and systematic low-temperature resistivity anomalies (semiconductor-metal transition) were observed and interpreted. © Copyright EPLA, 2012.|
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