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Employing Cathodoluminescence for Nanothermometry and Thermal Transport Measurements in Semiconductor Nanowires

Kelly W Mauser
Magdalena Solà-Garcia
Matthias Liebtrau
Pierre-Marie Coulon
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Stéphane Vézian
Philip Shields
Albert Polman

Abstract

Thermal properties have an outsized impact on efficiency and sensitivity of devices with nanoscale structures, such as in integrated electronic circuits. A number of thermal conductivity measurements for semiconductor nanostructures exist, but are hindered by the diffraction limit of light, the need for transducer layers, the slow-scan rate of probes, ultra-thin sample requirements, or extensive fabrication.
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hal-03418883 , version 1 (08-11-2021)

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Kelly W Mauser, Magdalena Solà-Garcia, Matthias Liebtrau, Benjamin Damilano, Pierre-Marie Coulon, et al.. Employing Cathodoluminescence for Nanothermometry and Thermal Transport Measurements in Semiconductor Nanowires. ACS Nano, 2021, 15 (7), pp.11385-11395. ⟨10.1021/acsnano.1c00850⟩. ⟨hal-03418883⟩
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