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Type: Artigo
Title: Electronic transport and Raman spectroscopy characterization in ion-implanted highly oriented pyrolytic graphite
Author: Jesus, R. F. de
Turatti, A. M.
Camargo, B. C.
Silva, R. R. da
Kopelevich, Y.
Behar, M.
Balzaretti, N. M.
Gusmao, M. A.
Pureur, P.
Abstract: We report on Raman spectroscopy, temperature-dependent in-plane resistivity, and in-plane magnetoresistance experiments in highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) implanted with As and Mn. A pristine sample was also studied for comparison. Two different fluences were applied, and . The implantations were carried out with 20 keV ion energy at room temperature. The Raman spectroscopy results reveal the occurrence of drastic changes of the HOPG surface as a consequence of the damage caused by ionic implantation. For the higher dose, the complete amorphization limit is attained. The resistivity and magnetoresistance results were obtained placing electrical contacts on the irradiated sample surface. Owing to the strong anisotropy of HOPG, the electrical current propagates mostly near the implanted surface. Shubnikov-de Haas (SdH) oscillations were observed in the magnetoresistance at low temperatures. These results allow the extraction of the fundamental SdH frequencies and the carriers' effective masses. In general, the resistivity and magnetoresistance results are consistent with those obtained from Raman measurements. However, one must consider that the electrical conduction in our samples occurs as in a parallel association of a largely resistive thin sheet at the surface strongly modified by disorder with a thicker layer where damage produced by implantation is less severe. The SdH oscillations do not hint to significant changes in the carrier density of HOPG.
Subject: Grafite
Implantação iônica
Efeito de Raman
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Springer
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s10909-017-1825-8
Date Issue: 2018
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