Transparent p-type conducting CuScO₂₊ₓ films Public Deposited

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  • Transparent films of CuScO₂₊ₓ have been prepared which show p-type electrical conductivity. The temperature dependence of the conductivity indicates semiconducting behavior with an apparent room temperature activation energy of 0.11 eV. The highest room temperature conductivity observed was 30 S cm⁻1. Films 110 nm thick show 40% transparency in most of the visible spectrum and become much more transparent in the infrared spectrum. The p-type behavior was confirmed by the Seebeck effect.
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  • Daun, N., Sleight, A. W., Jayaraj, M. K., & Tate, J. (2000). Transparent p-type conducting CuScO₂₊ₓ films [Electronic version]. Applied Physics Letters, 77(9), 1325-1326.
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