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Isotopic study of Raman active phonon modes in β-Ga2O3
Zitatschlüssel Janzen2021
Autor Janzen, Benjamin M. and Mazzolini, Piero and Gillen, Roland and Falkenstein, Andreas and Martin, Manfred and Tornatzky, Hans and Maultzsch, Janina and Bierwagen, Oliver and Wagner, Markus R.
Seiten 2311–2320
Jahr 2021
ISSN 2050-7526
DOI 10.1039/D0TC04101G
Journal Journal of Materials Chemistry C
Jahrgang 9
Nummer 7
Verlag The Royal Society of Chemistry
Zusammenfassung Holding promising applications in power electronics, the ultra-wide band gap material gallium oxide has emerged as a vital alternative to materials like GaN and SiC. The detailed study of phonon modes in β-Ga2O3provides insights into fundamental material properties such as crystal structure and orientation and can contribute to the identification of dopants and point defects. We investigate the Raman active phonon modes of β-Ga2O3in two different oxygen isotope compositions (16O,18O) by experiment and theory: By carrying out polarized micro-Raman spectroscopy measurements on the (010) and (2̄01) planes, we determine the frequencies of all 15 Raman active phonons for both isotopologues. The measured frequencies are compared with the results of density functional perturbation theory (DFPT) calculations. In both cases, we observe a shift of Raman frequencies towards lower energies upon substitution of16O with18O. By quantifying the relative frequency shifts of the individual Raman modes, we identify the atomistic origin of all modes (Ga-Ga, Ga-O or O-O) and present the first experimental confirmation of the theoretically calculated energy contributions of O lattice sites to Raman modes. The DFPT results enable the identification of Raman modes that are dominated by the different, inequivalent O- or Ga-atoms of the unit cell. We find that oxygen substitution on the OIIIsite leads to an elevated relative mode frequency shift compared to OIand OIIsites. This study presents a blueprint for the future identification of different point defects in Ga2O3by Raman spectroscopy.
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