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Vertical Pillar-Superlattice Array and Graphene Hybrid Light Emitting Diodes

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Lee, Jung Min; Choung, Jae Woong; Yi, Jaeseok; Lee, Dong Hyun; Samal, Monica; Yi, Dong Kee; Lee, Chul-Ho; Yi, Gyu-Chul; Paik, Ungyu; Rogers, John A.; Park, Won Il

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American Chemical Society
Nano Letters, Vol.10 No.8, pp.2783-2788
We report a type of device that combines vertical arrays of one-dimensional (1D) pillar-superlattice (PSL) structures with 2D graphene sheets to yield a class of light emitting diode (LED) with interesting mechanical, optical, and electrical characteristics. In this application, graphene sheets coated with very thin metal layers exhibit good mechanical and electrical properties and an ability to mount, in a freely suspended configuration, on the PSL arrays as a top window electrode. Optical characterization demonstrates that graphene exhibits excellent optical transparency even after deposition of the thin metal films. Thermal annealing of the graphene/metal (Gr/M) contact to the GaAs decreases the contact resistance, to provide enhanced carrier injection. The resulting PSL-Gr/M LEDs exhibit bright light emission over large areas. The result suggests the utility of graphene-based materials as electrodes in devices with unusual, nonplanar 3D architectures.
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Research Area 2차원 반도체 소자 및 재료, High-Performance 2D Electronics, Low-Power 2D Electronics, 뉴로모픽 소자 및 응용기술, 저전력 소자 및 소자물리


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