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Silicon nanowires - a versatile technology platform



Thomas Mikolajick, Andre Heinzig, Jens Trommer, Sebastian Pregl, Matthias Grube, and G. Cuniberti, Walter M. Weber

Phys. Status Solidi RRL 7, 793 (2013)

Silicon nanowires offer unique properties like inherent small diameters, quasi-one-dimensional current transport and the flexibility to combine materials that cannot be combined in bulk or thin film structures. Based on these properties electron devices, sensors as well as solar cells and lithium batteries can be envisioned that significantly outperform their thin film or bulk counterparts. The possibility to form silicon nanowires in a top-down process using bulk silicon or silicon-on-insulator substrates, gives this technology the potential for a seamless integration into integrated electronic systems. This Review gives an overview of important device applications of silicon nanowires. Starting with nanowire fabrication, the different device concepts will be introduced and their most important features are reported.



doi absolute link10.1002/pssr.201307247
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