Se-Young Jeong

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Copper electrodes with a micromesh/nanomesh structure were fabricated on a polyimide substrate using UV lithography and wet etching to produce flexible transparent conducting electrodes (TCEs). Well-defined mesh electrodes were realized through the use of high-quality Cu thin films. The films were fabricated using radio-frequency (RF) sputtering with a(More)
Copper (Cu) thin films have been widely used as electrodes and interconnection wires in integrated electronic circuits, and more recently as substrates for the synthesis of graphene. However, the ultra-high vacuum processes required for high-quality Cu film fabrication, such as molecular beam epitaxy (MBE), restricts mass production with low cost. In this(More)
Hydrogen-treated ZnCoO shows magnetic behavior, which is related to the formation of Co-H-Co complexes. However, it is not well known how the complexes are connected to each other and with what directional behavior they are ordered. In this point of view, ZnCoO nanowire is an ideal system for the study of the magnetic anisotropy. ZnCoO nanowire was(More)
We investigated conversion of Co 3 O 4 to Co nanoclusters through hydrogen reduction. Quantitative analysis is performed on the conversion of Co 3 O 4 to Co metal as a function of hydrogen-injection conditions. Our results reveal that Co 3 O 4 must be completely eliminated to avoid formation of the metal phase in ZnCoO. We also propose a new MeT curve based(More)
—We have investigated the magnetic and structural properties of CoCrPt perpendicular films with respect to in situ interdiffusion of CrMn from top layers. We have observed a coercivity of 5700 Oe in the films with a thin CrMn overlayer, which is greater than two times larger than the similar type of films without a CrMn overlayer. This increment is(More)
Oxygen vacancy (VO) strongly affects the properties of oxides. In this study, we used X-ray diffraction (XRD) to study changes in the VO concentration as a function of the Co-doping level of ZnO. Rietveld refinement yielded a different result from that determined via X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), but additional maximum entropy method (MEM)(More)
Resistivity is an intrinsic feature that specifies the electrical properties of a material and depends on electron-phonon scattering near room temperature. Reducing the resistivity of a metal to its potentially lowest value requires eliminating grain boundaries and impurities, but to date few studies have focused on reducing the intrinsic resistivity of a(More)
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