Structural and optical properties of amorphous carbon nitrideSolid State Communications (1988)
Amorphous carbon nitride thin films have been grown by plasma decomposition of a feedstock of CH4 and N2. In the films with higher nitrogen concentration, the infrared absorption spectra are dominated by NH2 modes and give strong evidence of a polymeric structure. The optical absorption and photoluminescence spectra show that nitrogen incorporation decreases the bandgap and increases the structural order of these thin films.
Publication DateMarch 1, 1988
Citation InformationHe-Xiang Han and Bernard J. Feldman. "Structural and optical properties of amorphous carbon nitride" Solid State Communications Vol. 65 Iss. 9 (1988) p. 921 - 923
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