Liu, D. and Clark, S.J. and Robertson, J. (2010) 'Oxygen vacancy levels and electron transport in Al(2)O(3).', Applied physics letters., 96 (3). 032905.
The energy levels of the oxygen vacancy in α- and θ-Al2O3 were calculated using the screened exchange hybrid functional, and explain the electron hopping and trapping levels seen in deposited Al2O3 at ∼ 1.8 eV below its conduction band edge. The vacancy supports five accessible charge states, from 2+ to 2−. Electron hopping corresponds to the 0/− level, which lies 1.8 eV below the conduction band edge in θ-Al2O3. This level lies much deeper than it does HfO2. The +/0 level lies at 2.8 eV above oxide valence band in θ-Al2O3 and thus below the Si valence band top.
|Keywords:||Aluminium compounds, Conduction bands, Hopping conduction, Vacancies (crystal), Valence bands.|
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