|Title:||Electrical and Optical Properties of a Single Sb(2)Se(3) Nanorod|
|Authors:||Ko, T. Y.|
Yang, C. H.
Sun, K. W.
Chang, H. W.
Liu, C. W.
Department of Applied Chemistry
Institute of Molecular science
|Abstract:||In this paper we present the methods to chemically synthesize the Sb(2)Se(3) nanorods and study the electrical and optical properties of a single Sb(2)Se(3) nanorod with an average size of 70 nm in diameter and a length of about 1 mu m to 2 mu m. The techniques we devised can immobilize and allocate a single nano-object on an electron beam (E-beam) patterned smart substrate. It can also overcome the limitation of the spatial resolution of conventional optical techniques (similar to 1 mu m) to obtain optical spectroscopy in an individual nano-object less than 100 nm in size. We also demonstrate the techniques in using E-beam defined metallic coordination markers as electrodes to measure the conductance of a single Sb(2)Se(3) nanorod.|
|Journal:||CENTRAL EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY|
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