Type

Journal Article

Authors

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

Subjects

Chemistry

Topics
nanotechnology porous structures internal dimensions pore growth electron microscopy analysis electrochemical properties pore width inp charge transfer model

Mechanism that dictates pore width and <111>a pore propagation in InP (2012)

Abstract We report a mechanism for pore growth and propagation based on a three-step charge transfer model. The study is supported by electron microscopy analysis of highly doped n-InP samples anodised in aqueous KOH. The model and experimental data are used to explain propagation of pores of characteristic diameter preferentially along the <111>A directions. We also show evidence for deviation of pore growth from the <111>A directions and explain why such deviations should occur. The model is self-consistent and predicts how carrier concentration affects the internal dimensions of the porous structures.
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Full list of authors on original publication

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

Experts in our system

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