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The Dynamic Phase Transition Modulation of Ion-Liquid Gating VO 2 Thin Film: Formation, Diffusion, and Recovery of Oxygen Vacancies
Chen S.1; Wang X.J.2; Fan L.1; Liao G.1; Chen Y.1; Chu W.1; Song L.1; Jiang J.2; Zou C.1
2016-05-24
Source PublicationAdvanced Functional Materials
ISSN16163028 1616301X
Volume26Issue:20Pages:3532-3541
AbstractElectrolyte gating with ionic liquids (IL) on correlated vanadium dioxide (VO ) nanowires/beams is effective to modulate the metal-insulator transition (MIT) behavior. While for macrosize VO film, the gating treatment shows different phase modulation process and the intrinsic mechanism is still not clear, though the oxygen-vacancy diffusion channel is always adopted for the explanation. Herein, the dynamic phase modulation of electrolyte gated VO films is investigated and the oxygen vacancies formation, diffusion, and recovery at the IL/oxide interface are observed. As a relatively slow electrochemical reaction, the gating effect gradually permeates from surface to the inside of VO film, along with an unsynchronized changes of integral electric, optical, and structure properties. First-principles-based theoretical calculation reveals that the oxygen vacancies can not only cause the structural deformations in monoclinic VO but also account for the MIT transition by inducing polarization charges and thereby adjusting the d-orbital occupancy. The findings not only clarify the oxygen vacancies statement of electrolyte gated VO film, but also can be extended to other ionic liquid/oxide systems for better understanding of the surface electrochemical stability and electronic properties modulation. The oxygen vacancies in VO thin films, produced by electrolyte gating with ionic liquids, can be recovered gradually by just heating it in the air, as clearly observed from the in situ metal-insulator phase transition measurement.
Keywordionic liquids metal insulator transition oxygen vacancies VO2
DOI10.1002/adfm.201505399
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Language英語
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CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.University of Science and Technology of China
2.Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale
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Chen S.,Wang X.J.,Fan L.,et al. The Dynamic Phase Transition Modulation of Ion-Liquid Gating VO 2 Thin Film: Formation, Diffusion, and Recovery of Oxygen Vacancies[J]. Advanced Functional Materials,2016,26(20):3532-3541.
APA Chen S..,Wang X.J..,Fan L..,Liao G..,Chen Y..,...&Zou C..(2016).The Dynamic Phase Transition Modulation of Ion-Liquid Gating VO 2 Thin Film: Formation, Diffusion, and Recovery of Oxygen Vacancies.Advanced Functional Materials,26(20),3532-3541.
MLA Chen S.,et al."The Dynamic Phase Transition Modulation of Ion-Liquid Gating VO 2 Thin Film: Formation, Diffusion, and Recovery of Oxygen Vacancies".Advanced Functional Materials 26.20(2016):3532-3541.
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