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Basic materials physics of transparent conducting oxides

Edwards, Peter P., Porch, Adrian ORCID:, Jones, Martin O., Morgan, David Vernon and Perks, Richard Marc ORCID: 2004. Basic materials physics of transparent conducting oxides. Dalton Transactions 2004 (19) , pp. 2995-3002. 10.1039/b408864f

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Materials displaying the remarkable combination of high electrical conductivity and optical transparency already from the basis of many important technological applications, including flat panel displays, solar energy capture and other opto-electronic devices. Here we present the basic materials physics of these important materials centred on the nature of the doping process to generate n-type conductivity in transparent conducting oxides, the associated transition to the metallic (conducting) state and the detailed properties of the degenerate itinerant electron gas. The aim is to fully understand the origins of the basic performance limits of known materials and to set the scene for new or improved materials which will breach those limits for new-generation transparent conducting materials, either oxides, or beyond oxides.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Engineering
ISSN: 14779234
Last Modified: 17 Oct 2022 09:03

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