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Title: Raman characterization and modeling of Cu2ZnSn1-XGeXS4 single crystals grown using chemical vapor transport
Authors: Cano-Torres, J. M.
Caballero, R.
Victorov, I.
León, M.
Garcia-Llamas, E.
Yukhymchuk, V. O.
Yaremko, A. M.
Havryliuk, Ye. O.
Bodnar, I.
Merino, J. M.
Keywords: публикации ученых
Cu2ZnGeS4
kesterite
Raman scattering
lattice dynamic
vibrational modes
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Raman characterization and modeling of Cu2ZnSn1-XGeXS4 single crystals grown using chemical vapor transport / J. M. Cano-Torres and other // Optical Materials. – 2017. – V. 66. – P. 671 – 677. – https://doi.org/10.1016/j.optmat.2017.03.016.
Abstract: Reported in this paper are the results of investigations aimed at Cu2ZnSn1-XGeXS4 single crystals. A detailed study of Raman spectra at room temperature and 80 K for crystals synthesized in two one-type processes was performed. It has been shown that even insignificant temperature fluctuations during the synthesis can cause changes of elemental composition in these compounds. The analysis of the Raman spectra inherent to the grown samples confirms that they crystallize in the kesterite structure. It has been ascertained that, when the Ge content increases, the Raman spectra of Cu2ZnSn1-XGeXS4 show a twomode reconstruction of both full-symmetric bands related with sulfur atom vibration in Sn-S4 and Ge-S4 tetrahedra. These experimental bands have been described by theoretical curves calculated within the framework of a bound oscillator model. Based on this model, one can adequately describe the changes both in the band intensity and frequency position for various elemental compositions.
URI: https://libeldoc.bsuir.by/handle/123456789/29107
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