High-Throughput Continuous Hydrothermal Synthesis of Transparent Conducting Aluminum and Gallium Co-doped Zinc Oxides.

Author(s) Howard, D.P.; Marchand, P.; McCafferty, L.; Carmalt, C.J.; Parkin, I.P.; Darr, J.A.
Journal ACS Comb Sci
Date Published 2017 Apr 10
Abstract

High-throughput continuous hydrothermal flow synthesis was used to generate a library of aluminum and gallium-codoped zinc oxide nanoparticles of specific atomic ratios. Resistivities of the materials were determined by Hall Effect measurements on heat-treated pressed discs and the results collated into a conductivity-composition map. Optimal resistivities of ∼9 × 10(-3) Ω cm were reproducibly achieved for several samples, for example, codoped ZnO with 2 at% Ga and 1 at% Al. The optimum sample on balance of performance and cost was deemed to be ZnO codoped with 3 at% Al and 1 at% Ga.

DOI 10.1021/acscombsci.6b00118
ISSN 2156-8944
Citation Howard DP, Marchand P, McCafferty L, Carmalt CJ, Parkin IP, Darr JA. High-Throughput Continuous Hydrothermal Synthesis of Transparent Conducting Aluminum and Gallium Co-doped Zinc Oxides. ACS Comb Sci. 2017;19(4):239-245.

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