Type

Journal Article

Authors

D. Noel Buckley
Robert P. Lynch
Colm O'Dwyer
Nathan Quill

Subjects

Chemistry

Topics
electrochemistry porous layer formation linear sweep lsv porous inp n inp electrodes cyclic voltammogram cv anodic current response aqueous koh

Deconvolution of the potential and time dependence of electrochemical porous semiconductor formation (2009)

Abstract A layer of porous InP is grown beneath a thin dense surface layer when n-InP electrodes are anodized to sufficiently high potentials in aqueous KOH solutions. The shape of the linear sweep (LSV) or the cyclic voltammogram (CV) is dependent on carrier concentration. A technique is presented to deconvolute the effects of potential and time on a CV. The results obtained from this technique are used to explain the shape of the anodic current response and its relation to porous layer formation. The accuracy of the deconvolution technique is then tested by comparison to experimental results.
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Full list of authors on original publication

D. Noel Buckley, Robert P. Lynch, Colm O'Dwyer, Nathan Quill

Experts in our system

1
D. Noel Buckley
University College Cork
Total Publications: 27
 
2
Robert P. Lynch
University of Limerick
Total Publications: 11
 
3
Colm O'Dwyer
University College Cork
Total Publications: 121
 
4
Nathan Quill
University of Limerick
Total Publications: 9