Structural and optical properties of surface-hydrogenated silicon nanocrystallites prepared by reactive pulsed laser ablation

@inproceedings{Makino2005StructuralAO,
  title={Structural and optical properties of surface-hydrogenated silicon nanocrystallites prepared by reactive pulsed laser ablation},
  author={Toshiharu Makino and Mitsuru Inada and Ikurou Umezu and Akira Sugimura},
  year={2005}
}
Pulsed laser ablation (PLA) in an inert background gas is a promising technique for preparing Si nanoparticles. Although an inert gas is appropriate for preparing pure material, a reactive background gas can be used to prepare compound nanoparticles. We performed PLA in hydrogen gas to prepare hydrogenated silicon nanoparticles. The mean diameter of the primary particles measured using transmission electron microscopy was approximately 5 nm. The hydrogen content in the deposits was very high… CONTINUE READING

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