Phase-coherent transport in trigonal gallium nitride nanowires
- Phase-coherent transport in trigonal gallium nitride nanowires
- 장준연; 민병철; 이기영; 박태언; 전지훈; 이재준; 최헌진
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- VOL 32-125702-7
- Gallium nitride nanowires (GaN NWs) with triangular cross-section exhibit universal conductance fluctuations (UCF) originating from the quantum interference of electron wave functions in the NWs. The amplitude of UCF is inversely proportional to the applied bias current. The bias dependence of UCF, combined with temperature dependence of the resistance suggests that phase coherent transport dominates over normal transport in GaN NWs. A unique temperature dependence of phase-coherent length and fluctuation amplitude is associated with inelastic electron？electron scattering in NWs. The phase-coherence length extracted from the UCF is as large as 400 nm at 1.8 K, and gradually decreases as temperature increases up to 60 K.
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