Mechanisms of charge transfer and electronic properties of Cu2ZnGeS4 from investigations of the high-field magnetotransport
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GUK, Maxim; LÄHDERANTA, Erkki; HAJDEU-CHICAROSH, Elena; LEVCENKO, Sergiu; SHAKHOV, Mikhail; ZAKHARCHUK, Ivan A.; ARUSHANOV, Ernest; LISUNOV, Konstantin. Mechanisms of charge transfer and electronic properties of Cu2ZnGeS4 from investigations of the high-field magnetotransport. In: Scientific Reports. 2017, nr. 7, p. 0. ISSN 2045-2322.
10.1038/s41598-017-10883-0
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Numărul 7 / 2017 / ISSN 2045-2322

Mechanisms of charge transfer and electronic properties of Cu2ZnGeS4 from investigations of the high-field magnetotransport


DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-10883-0
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Guk Maxim12, Lähderanta Erkki1, Hajdeu-Chicarosh Elena12, Levcenko Sergiu3, Shakhov Mikhail14, Zakharchuk Ivan A.1, Arushanov Ernest2, Lisunov Konstantin21
 
1 Lappeenranta University of Technology,,
2 Institute of Applied Physics, Academy of Sciences of Moldova,
3 Helmholtz-Centre Berlin for Materials and Energy,
4 Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, RAS
 
Disponibil în IBN: 1 februarie 2018


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Recent development of the thin film solar cells, based on quaternary compounds, has been focused on the Ge contain compounds and their solid solutions. However, for effective utilization of Cu2ZnGeS4, deeper investigations of its transport properties are required. In the present manuscript, we investigate resistivity, ρ (T), magnetoresistance and Hall effect in p-type Cu2ZnGeS4 single crystals in pulsed magnetic fields up to 20 T. The dependence of ρ (T) in zero magnetic field is described by the Mott type of the variable-range hopping (VRH) charge transfer mechanism within a broad temperature interval of ~100-200 K. Magnetoresistance contains the positive and negative components, which are interpreted by the common reasons of doped semiconductors. On the other hand, a joint analysis of the resistivity and magnetoresistance data has yielded series of important electronic parameters and permitted specification of the Cu2ZnGeS4 conductivity mechanisms outside the temperature intervals of the Mott VRH conduction. The Hall coefficient is negative, exhibiting an exponential dependence on temperature, which is quite close to that of ρ(T). This is typical of the Hall effect in the domain of the VRH charge transfer.