TITLE

Photoconductance of a submicron oxidized line in surface conductive single crystalline diamond

AUTHOR(S)
Stallhofer, M.; Seifert, M.; Hauf, M. V.; Abstreiter, G.; Stutzmann, M.; Garrido, J. A.; Holleitner, A. W.
PUB. DATE
September 2010
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;9/13/2010, Vol. 97 Issue 11, p111107
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We report on sub-bandgap optoelectronic phenomena of hydrogen-terminated diamond patterned with a submicron oxidized line. The line acts as an energy barrier for the two-dimensional hole gas located below the hydrogenated diamond surface. A photoconductive gain of the hole conductivity across the barrier is measured for sub-bandgap illumination. The findings are consistent with photogenerated electrons being trapped in defect levels within the barrier. We discuss the spatial and energetic characteristics of the optoelectronic phenomena, as well as possible photocurrent effects.
ACCESSION #
53768704

 

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