|Title:||Effect of silver nanowire length in a broad range on optical and electrical properties as a transparent conductive film|
Hubarevich, A. V.
Sun, X. W.
|Keywords:||публикации ученых;nanophotonics;photonic crystals|
|Citation:||Effect of silver nanowire length in a broad range on optical and electrical properties as a transparent conductive film / Mikita Marus, Aliaksandr Hubarevich, Reuben Jeremy, Weixiong Lim, Hui Huang, Aliaksandr Smirnov, Hong Wang, Weijun Fan, Xiao Wei Sun // Optical Materials Express. – 2017. – Vol. 7, Is. 3. – P. 1105-1112. – DOI : https://doi.org/10.1364/OME.7.001105.|
|Abstract:||Optical and electrical properties of silver nanowire transparent conductive films with a broad range of nanowire lengths were studied. A proposed simulation model demonstrated similar behavior with experimental results for 30 and 90 μm nanowires, and thus it was used to expand the range of nanowire lengths from 10 to 200 μm. Theoretical results show that a lengthening of silver nanowires results in an increase of their optoelectronic performance; 200 μm long nanowire possess 13.5 times lower sheet resistance compared to 10 μm ones, while the transmittance remains similar for coverage densities of nanowires up to 25%. Moreover, the dependence of the sheet resistance on the length of nanowires changes non-linearly; from 10 to 20 µm, 20 to 80 µm and 80 to 200 µm the sheet resistance drops by a factor of 5, 2.25 and 1.2 respectively. Furthermore, a thickening of nanowire diameters from 30 to 90 nm decreases the sheet resistance to 5.8 times. Obtained results allow a deeper analysis of the silver nanowire transparent conductive films from the perspective of the length of nanowires for various optoelectronic applications.|
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