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Electrical transport properties in indium tin oxide films prepared by electron-beam evaporation

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3 Author(s)
Liu, X.D. ; Tianjin Key Laboratory of Low Dimensional Materials Physics and Preparing Technology, Institute of Advanced Materials Physics, Faculty of Science, Tianjin University, Tianjin 300072, China ; Jiang, E.Y. ; Zhang, D.X.

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Amorphous and polycrystalline indium tin oxide films have been prepared by electron-beam evaporation method. The amorphous films exhibit semiconductor behavior, while metallic conductivity is observed in the polycrystalline samples. The magnetoconductivities of the polycrystalline films are positive at low temperatures and can be well described by the theory of three-dimensional weak-localization effect. In addition, the electron phase-breaking rate is proportional to T3/2. Comparing the experimental results with theory, we find that the electron-electron scattering is the dominant destroyer of the constructive interference in the films. In addition, the Coulomb interaction is the main contribution to the nontrivial corrections for the electrical conductivity at low temperatures.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:104 ,  Issue: 7 )

Date of Publication:

Oct 2008

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