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Title: Structure of p-Bi₂Te₃ thin films prepared by single source thermal evaporation in vacuum
Authors: Rogacheva, E. I.
Budnik, A. V.
Fedorov, A. G.
Krivonogov, A. S.
Mateychenko, P. V.
Keywords: bismuth telluride; thermal evaporation; thin film; thickness; structure; growth orientation
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Structure of p-Bi₂Te₃ thin films prepared by single source thermal evaporation in vacuum [Electronic resource] / E. I. Rogacheva [et al.] // Journal of Thermoelectricity. – 2015. – № 2. – P. 5-15. – URL: http://jt.inst.cv.ua/jt/jt_2015_02_en.pdf, free (accessed 08.04.21).
Abstract: The growth mechanism, microstructure, and crystal structure of thin Bi₂Te₃ films with thicknesses d = 28 - 620 nm prepared by thermal evaporation of stoichiometric Bi₂Te₃ crystals in vacuum onto glass substrates were studied using X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, energy dispersive spectroscopy, and atomic force microscopy. The obtained thin films were polycrystalline, exhibited p-type conductivity and did not contain any other phases except for Bi₂Te₃. It was shown that with increasing film thickness, the crystallite size increased up to ~ 700-800 nm. It was established that the preferential orientation of crystallite growth was [00l] direction corresponding to a trigonal axis С3 in hexagonal lattice. When the film thickness exceeded ~ 200-250 nm, along with reflections from (00l) planes, reflections from other planes appeared, which indicated a certain disorientation of crystallites. The results obtained show that using a simple and inexpensive method of thermal evaporation from a single source and choosing optimal technological parameters, one can grow thin p-Bi₂Te₃ films of sufficiently high quality.
URI: http://repository.kpi.kharkov.ua/handle/KhPI-Press/52012
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