• Effect of oxygen intercalation on properties of sputtered CuYO2 for potential use as 𝑝-type transparent conducting films

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      Transparent conducting oxide; RF sputtering; 𝑝-type TCO.

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      Transparent films of copper yttrium oxide doped with 2% calcium have been prepared by rf magnetron sputtering. The films show a conductivity of 8 Scm-1 on intercalation of oxygen at high pressure, which reduced the transparency in the visible region. The Ca-doped CuYO2 films before oxygen intercalation show an average transmission of about 60% which reduces to about 45% upon oxygen intercalation. The temperature dependence of the conductivity indicates semiconductor behaviour with low activation energy of 0.59 eV at room temperature. The positive sign of Seebeck coefficient (+274 𝜇VK-1) confirms the 𝑝-type conductivity of the films. The optical bandgap of CuYO2 was found to be 3.15 eV.

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      R Manoj1 M Nisha2 K A Vanaja2 M K Jayaraj2

      1. ENEA, Portici Research Centre, 80055 Portici, Naples, Italy
      2. Department of Physics, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi 682 022, India
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