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High-current-density indium nitride ultrathin-film transistors on glass substrates
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We investigated basic characteristics of InN films
grown on glass substrates and fabricated thin-film transistors with them. It was found that highly c-axis oriented InN films can be obtained by the surface modification of glass substrates with amorphous HfO2 layers. The electron mobility of the c-axis-oriented InN on HfO2/glass reached 330 cm2 V−1 s−1. We demonstrated that a field effect transistor based on the ultrathin film of highly c-axis-oriented InN exhibited an on/off current ratio as high as 106; in addition, this InN-on-glass device supported current densities greater than 14 mA mm−1. The results indicate that InN-based ultrathin-film transistors are promising electronic devices that enable high-current densities to be achieved on glass substrates.
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