Electron beam induced electronic transport in alkyl amine-intercalated VOx nanotubes


O'Dwyer, C. and Lavayen, V. and Clavijo-Cedeno, C. and Sotomayor Torres, C.M. (2008) Electron beam induced electronic transport in alkyl amine-intercalated VOx nanotubes. Physica Status Solidi B: Basic research, 245 (10). pp. 2102-2106. ISSN 0370-1972

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Abstract:The electron beam induced electronic transport in primary alkyl amine-intercalated V2O5 nanotubes is investigated where the organic amine molecules are employed as molecular conductive wires to an aminosilanized substrate surface and contacted to Au interdigitated electrode contacts. The results demonstrate that the high conductivity of the nanotubes is related to the non-resonant tunnelling through the amine molecules and a reduced polaron hopping conduction through the vanadium oxide itself. Both nanotube networks and individual nanotubes exhibit similarly high conductivities where the minority carrier transport is bias dependent and nanotube diameter invariant.
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Official URL:https://doi.org/10.1002/pssb.200879566
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