Masataka Ohkubo

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ZnO is a wide band gap, naturally n-type semiconductor with great promise for optoelectronic applications; the main obstacle yet to be overcome is p-type doping. Nitrogen, the most promising candidate currently being pursued as a dopant, has been predicted to preferentially incorporate into the ZnO lattice in the form of a N-2 molecule at an O site when a(More)
Fluorescence-yield X-ray absorption fine structure (FY-XAFS) is extensively used for investigating atomic-scale local structures around specific elements in functional materials. However, conventional FY-XAFS instruments frequently cannot cover trace light elements, for example dopants in wide gap semiconductors, because of insufficient energy resolution of(More)
Mass spectrometry (MS) is a method of analyzing ions based on their mass/charge (m/z) ratios. The m/z peak identification requires speculation on the ionic unit-charge states. This problem can be solved by using superconducting junction devices to measure the kinetic energies of single molecules. However, the kinetic energy measurement is followed by the(More)
A double-focusing mass spectrometer (MS) equipped with a superconducting-tunnel-junction (STJ) detector has been applied to measure relative ionization cross-sections for the production of ions that are accompanied by different ion species with the same mass-to-charge (m/z) value. The STJ detector fabricated for this study enables kinetic energy (E)(More)
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