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Title: Using intruded gold nanoclusters as highly active catalysts to fabricate silicon nanostalactite structures exhibiting excellent light trapping and field emission properties
Authors: Haw-Woei Liu
Shao-Chin Tseng
Hsuen-Li Chen
Chen-Chieh Yu
Yu-Sheng Lai
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:光電科學研究所
Date: 2011-05
Issue Date: 2018-08-13T03:38:07Z
Publisher: Energy & Environmental Science
Abstract: Abstract: The use of metal catalyst to prepare nanostructures on semiconductor materials has attracted much attention because of the improved device performance. In this study, we employed the intruded Au nanocluster (INC) technique to prepare highly uniform, “atomic-scale” Au nanoclusters as highly active catalysts within Si wafers. The Au nanoclusters were readily prepared through the thermal coating of a Au film on a Si wafer followed by its removal using adhesive tape. Employing the Au nanoclusters as highly active catalysts allowed us to readily and rapidly prepare, at room temperature, unique Si nanostalactite (SNS) structures of ultrahigh density and very narrow diameter (ca. 10 nm). These SNS structures possessed superior light trapping capability relative to corresponding structures prepared using electroless metal deposition or self-assembled catalytic nanoparticle methods; in addition, the etching duration was much shorter. A field emission study revealed that the SNS structures, with their much narrower diameters, required a much lower turn-on voltage relative to that of corresponding Si nanowires.
Relation: 4(12) pp.5020-5027
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/48110
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