The p-Type Doping of ZnO: Mirage or Reality?

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This chapter deals with a critical review on p-type doping of ZnO. In the past 15 years, ZnO has attracted considerable attention due to its unique properties, which make it a promising material for optoelectronic devices applications. However, a reliable p-type ZnO doping remains a major challenge because of self-compensation effects; thus, despite the advantages of these devices, the fabrication of ZnO-based devices is hampered by the lack of a stable p-type doping. A careful and critical analysis of the results reported in literature raises many doubts about the correctness of the doping-type assignments and, in general, the values of the electrical parameters reported. A historical survey of researchers’ attempts of doping ZnO p-type is given here, together with several possible explanations about the causes of the failures
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteAdvances in Semiconductor Research: Physics of Nanosystems, Spintronics and Technological Applications
Numero di pagine39
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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Macaluso, R., Cali', C., Mosca, M., & Caruso, F. (2015). The p-Type Doping of ZnO: Mirage or Reality? In Advances in Semiconductor Research: Physics of Nanosystems, Spintronics and Technological Applications

The p-Type Doping of ZnO: Mirage or Reality? / Macaluso, Roberto; Cali', Claudio; Mosca, Mauro; Caruso, Fulvio.

Advances in Semiconductor Research: Physics of Nanosystems, Spintronics and Technological Applications. 2015.

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Macaluso, R, Cali', C, Mosca, M & Caruso, F 2015, The p-Type Doping of ZnO: Mirage or Reality? in Advances in Semiconductor Research: Physics of Nanosystems, Spintronics and Technological Applications.
Macaluso R, Cali' C, Mosca M, Caruso F. The p-Type Doping of ZnO: Mirage or Reality? In Advances in Semiconductor Research: Physics of Nanosystems, Spintronics and Technological Applications. 2015
Macaluso, Roberto ; Cali', Claudio ; Mosca, Mauro ; Caruso, Fulvio. / The p-Type Doping of ZnO: Mirage or Reality?. Advances in Semiconductor Research: Physics of Nanosystems, Spintronics and Technological Applications. 2015.
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