On the difficulties in characterizing ZnO nanowires

Schlenker E, Bakin A, Weimann T, Hinze P, Weber DH, Gölzhäuser A, Wehmann H-H, Waag A (2008)
NANOTECHNOLOGY 19(36): 365707.

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The electrical properties of single ZnO nanowires grown by vapor phase transport were investigated. While some samples were contacted by Ti/Au electrodes, another set of samples was investigated using a manipulator tip in a low energy electron point-source microscope. The deduced resistivities range from 1 to 10(3) Omega cm. Additionally, the resistivities of nanowires from multiple publications were brought together and compared to the values obtained from our measurements. The overview of all data shows enormous differences (10(-3)-10(5) Omega cm) in the measured resistivities. In order to reveal the origin of the discrepancies, the influence of growth parameters, measuring methods, contact resistances, crystal structures and ambient conditions are investigated and discussed in detail.
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Schlenker E, Bakin A, Weimann T, et al. On the difficulties in characterizing ZnO nanowires. NANOTECHNOLOGY. 2008;19(36):365707.
Schlenker, E., Bakin, A., Weimann, T., Hinze, P., Weber, D. H., Gölzhäuser, A., Wehmann, H. - H., et al. (2008). On the difficulties in characterizing ZnO nanowires. NANOTECHNOLOGY, 19(36), 365707. doi:10.1088/0957-4484/19/36/365707
Schlenker, E., Bakin, A., Weimann, T., Hinze, P., Weber, D. H., Gölzhäuser, A., Wehmann, H. - H., and Waag, A. (2008). On the difficulties in characterizing ZnO nanowires. NANOTECHNOLOGY 19, 365707.
Schlenker, E., et al., 2008. On the difficulties in characterizing ZnO nanowires. NANOTECHNOLOGY, 19(36), p 365707.
E. Schlenker, et al., “On the difficulties in characterizing ZnO nanowires”, NANOTECHNOLOGY, vol. 19, 2008, pp. 365707.
Schlenker, E., Bakin, A., Weimann, T., Hinze, P., Weber, D.H., Gölzhäuser, A., Wehmann, H.-H., Waag, A.: On the difficulties in characterizing ZnO nanowires. NANOTECHNOLOGY. 19, 365707 (2008).
Schlenker, E., Bakin, A., Weimann, T., Hinze, P., Weber, D. H., Gölzhäuser, Armin, Wehmann, H-H, and Waag, A. “On the difficulties in characterizing ZnO nanowires”. NANOTECHNOLOGY 19.36 (2008): 365707.

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