Annealing in tellurium-nitrogen co-doped ZnO films: The roles of intrinsic zinc defects
In this article, the authors have conducted an extensive investigation on the roles of intrinsic zinc defects by annealing of a batch of Te-N co-doped ZnO films. The formation and annihilation of Zn interstitial (Zni) clusters have been found in samples with different annealing temperatures. Electrical and Raman measurements have shown that the Zni clusters are a significant compensation source to holes, and the Te co-doping has a notable effect on suppressing the Zni clusters. Meanwhile,...[Show more]
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