Light emitting nanocrystalline silicon prepared by dry processing: The effect of crystallite size

Ruckschloss, M.; Landkammer, B.
September 1993
Applied Physics Letters;9/13/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p1474
Academic Journal
Examines the effect of crystallite size on the light emitting nanocrystalline (nc) silicon. Preparation of nc silicon by using the dry processing technique; Impact of oxygen passivation on photoluminescence (PL) stability; Relationship between PL intensity and oxidation time.


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