AN INVESTIGATION ON TRANSPARENT CONDUCTIVE P-TYPE COPPER (I) IODIDE THIN FILMS
Copper (I) iodide (CuI), a p-type wide band gap (~3.1 eV) transparent semiconductor is a potential candidate for a range of applications in optoelectronics. Polycrystalline p-CuI thin films were prepared on glass substrate by solution processing at low temperature. The CuI films were doped with iodine vapor and with KSCN to achieve a high conductivity. Their electrical and optical properties were characterized by current-voltage measurements and UV–visible spectroscopy. The surface morphology of the films was also characterized by scanning electron microscopy. Financial support from UWG SEEP and SRAP programs are acknowledged.
Harwell, J.; DeSilva, L. Ajith; Bandera, T.M.W.J.; Kumara, G.R.A.; Perera, A.G.U.; and Tennekone, K.
"AN INVESTIGATION ON TRANSPARENT CONDUCTIVE P-TYPE COPPER (I) IODIDE THIN FILMS,"
Georgia Journal of Science, Vol. 75, No. 1, Article 83.
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