In recent years, nanostructured materials have been deeply investigated for field emission applications. The exploitation of different geometries and morphologies is a key ingredient for the realization of proficient field emitter devices. In this work, we highlight the features of two differently shaped nanostructured materials such as molybdenum disulphide and gallium oxide. We show that nanoflowers and β-Ga2O3 nanopillars can achieve different field emission performance in terms of maximum current density, turn-on field and field enhancement factor.

Field emission from mono and two-dimensional nanostructures

Grillo, Alessandro
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Giubileo, Filippo
Formal Analysis
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Iemmo, Laura
Formal Analysis
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Luongo, Giuseppe
Data Curation
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Urban, Francesca
Data Curation
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Passacantando, Maurizio;Di Bartolomeo, Antonio
Writing – Review & Editing
2020-01-01

Abstract

In recent years, nanostructured materials have been deeply investigated for field emission applications. The exploitation of different geometries and morphologies is a key ingredient for the realization of proficient field emitter devices. In this work, we highlight the features of two differently shaped nanostructured materials such as molybdenum disulphide and gallium oxide. We show that nanoflowers and β-Ga2O3 nanopillars can achieve different field emission performance in terms of maximum current density, turn-on field and field enhancement factor.
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