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|Title:||Electrical transport and photovoltaic effects of core-shell CuO/C 60 nanowire heterostructure|
|Authors:||Bao, Q. |
|Source:||Bao, Q.,Li, C.M.,Liao, L.,Yang, H.,Wang, W.,Ke, C.,Song, Q.,Bao, H.,Yu, T.,Loh, K.P.,Guo, J. (2009). Electrical transport and photovoltaic effects of core-shell CuO/C 60 nanowire heterostructure. Nanotechnology 20 (6) : -. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/6/065203|
|Abstract:||An organic/inorganic hybrid heterostructure consisting of p-type CuO nanowire core and n-type C60 shell was fabricated and its electrical transport properties were studied for the first time. It was found that the devices with contacts on shell-shell show an ohmic behavior but the devices with contacts on core-shell forms a single p-n junction and display a rectifying behavior. Logarithmic current-voltage curves at various temperatures show that the tunneling transport plays a critical role in the electrical transport. Photovoltaic effects were observed in the core-shell contacted CuO/C 60 junctions under illumination. This work demonstrates that an inorganic/organic coaxial nanowire can provide potential in nanoelectronic devices and could further stack high density hybrid nanowires array as a renewable power source. © 2009 IOP Publishing Ltd.|
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