Bandgap-Engineered Zinc-Tin-Oxide Thin Films for Ultraviolet Sensors.

Author(s) Cheng, T.H.; Chang, S.P.; Chang, S.J.
Journal J Nanosci Nanotechnol
Date Published 2018 Jul 01
Abstract

Zinc-tin-oxide thin-film transistors were prepared by radio frequency magnetron co-sputtering, while an identical zinc-tin-oxide thin film was deposited simultaneously on a clear glass substrate to facilitate measurements of the optical properties. When we adjusted the deposition power of ZnO and SnO2, the bandgap of the amorphous thin film was dominated by the deposition power of SnO2. Since the thin-film transistor has obvious absorption in the ultraviolet region owing to the wide bandgap, the drain current increases with the generation of electron-hole pairs. As part of these investigations, a zinc-tin-oxide thin-film transistor has been fabricated that appears to be very promising for ultraviolet applications.

DOI 10.1166/jnn.2018.15323
ISSN 1533-4880
Citation Cheng T-, Chang S-, Chang S-. Bandgap-Engineered Zinc-Tin-Oxide Thin Films for Ultraviolet Sensors. J Nanosci Nanotechnol. 2018;18(7):4930-4934.

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