Realistic integration of 1D materials into future nanodevices is limited by the lack of a manipulation process that allows a large number of nanowires to be arranged into an integrated circuit. In this work, we have grown Si nanowire bridges using a thin-film catalyst in a batch process at 200 °C and characterized the produced devices consisting of a p +-Si contact electrode, a suspended Si nanochannel, and a polysilicon contact electrode. Both the electrodes and connecting lines are made of Si-based materials by conventional low-pressure chemical vapor deposition. The results indicate that these devices can act as gate-controllable Schottky diodes in integrated nanocircuits.
|Journal||Science and Technology of Advanced Materials|
|Publication status||Published - 2011 Dec|
- Si nanowires
- low-pressure chemical vapor deposition
- nanowire junction
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Materials Science(all)