Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/183714
 Title: Comparison Study of β-Ga2O3 Photodetectors Grown on Sapphire at Different Oxygen Pressures Authors: Lu Huang;Qian Feng;Genquan Han;Fuguo Li;Xiang Li;Liwei Fang;Xiangyu Xing;Jincheng Zhang;Yue Hao Year: 2017 Publisher: IEEE Abstract: In this paper, &x03B2;-Ga2O3 ultraviolet photodetectors were grown on sapphire utilizing the laser molecular beam epitaxy tool. The impact of oxygen pressure PO2 in growth chamber on the crystal quality, the surface morphology, the chemical component of Ga2O3 films, and the electrical performance of photodetectors are characterized. As the PO2 is increased during growth, the concentration of oxygen vacancy (VO) is effectively reduced. The photodetector grown at the PO2 of 0.05 mbar exhibits the significantly improved photocurrent I_{{\rm{photo}}} and responsivity R characteristics in comparison with the device grown with the PO2 of 0.01 mbar, which is attributed to a reduction in the number of VO. However, as the P O2 continuously increased to 0.09 mbar, I_{{\rm{photo}}} and R of the detector are degraded, which might be due to the fact that the gallium vacancies (V_{{\rm{Ga}}}), as the dominant trapping centers, lead to the recombination of photo-generated carriers. URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/183714 volume: 9 issue: 4 More Information: 1,8 Appears in Collections: 2017

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