Aerosol-Assisted Fine-Tuning of Optoelectrical Properties of SWCNT Films

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Aerosol-Assisted Fine-Tuning of Optoelectrical Properties of SWCNT Films. / Tsapenko, Alexey P.; Romanov, Stepan A.; Satco, Daria A.; Krasnikov, Dmitry V.; Rajanna, Pramod M.; Danilson, Mati; Volobujeva, Olga; Anisimov, Anton S.; Goldt, Anastasia E.; Nasibulin, Albert G.

In: Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, Vol. 10, No. 14, 24.06.2019, p. 3961-3965.

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Tsapenko, AP, Romanov, SA, Satco, DA, Krasnikov, DV, Rajanna, PM, Danilson, M, Volobujeva, O, Anisimov, AS, Goldt, AE & Nasibulin, AG 2019, 'Aerosol-Assisted Fine-Tuning of Optoelectrical Properties of SWCNT Films' Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, vol. 10, no. 14, pp. 3961-3965. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpclett.9b01498

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Tsapenko, Alexey P. ; Romanov, Stepan A. ; Satco, Daria A. ; Krasnikov, Dmitry V. ; Rajanna, Pramod M. ; Danilson, Mati ; Volobujeva, Olga ; Anisimov, Anton S. ; Goldt, Anastasia E. ; Nasibulin, Albert G. / Aerosol-Assisted Fine-Tuning of Optoelectrical Properties of SWCNT Films. In: Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 2019 ; Vol. 10, No. 14. pp. 3961-3965.

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abstract = "We propose a novel, scalable, and simple method for aerosol doping of single-walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) films. This method is based on aerosolization of a dopant solution (HAuCl4 in ethanol) and time-controlled deposition of uniform aerosol particles on the nanotube film surface. The approach developed allows fine-tuning of the SWCNT work function in the range of 4.45 (for pristine nanotubes) to 5.46 eV, controllably varying the sheet resistance of the films from 79 to 3.2 ω/□ for the SWCNT films with 50{\%} transmittance (at 550 nm). This opens a new avenue for traditional and flexible optoelectronics, both to replace existing indium-tin oxide electrodes and to develop novel applications of the highly conductive transparent films.",
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