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Adhesion of electrodes on diamond (111) surface: A DFT study

Show simple item record Motochi, I 2018-02-26T06:05:20Z 2018-02-26T06:05:20Z 2018
dc.identifier.citation Ichibha, T., Hongo, K., Motochi, I., Makau, N. W., Amolo, G. O., & Maezono, R. (2018). Adhesion of electrodes on diamond (111) surface: A DFT study. Diamond and Related Materials, 81, 168-175. en_US
dc.description.abstract We explore possible candidates for metallic electrodes of diamond semiconductor from twenty kinds of metallic sheets on oxygen- or hydrogen-terminated diamond (111) surface as well as pristine one. Their adhesion strengths and electric characteristics of contacts (i.e. either Ohmic, Schottky or neither) are both considered as figures of merit. The former is measured as work of separation, Wsep, obtained from density functional theory (DFT) simulations. The latter is inferred from DOS (density of states) analysis based on DFT, by checking whether or not the in-gap peak disappears and if there is a large DOS around the Fermi level. We found that (1) Ti on pristine surface has both the best Ohmic contact and fairly strong adhesion and (2) Ti and Cr on oxygenated surfaces have the strongest adhesion with good Schottky contact. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Elesvier en_US
dc.subject Electrodes en_US
dc.subject diamond device en_US
dc.subject Surface termination en_US
dc.subject Power device en_US
dc.title Adhesion of electrodes on diamond (111) surface: A DFT study en_US
dc.type Learning Object en_US

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