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DC to GHz measurements of a near-ideal 2D material: P+ monolayers

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Author(s)

Neil M. Zimmerman, Antonio Levy, Pradeep Namboodiri, Joshua M. Pomeroy, Xiqiao Wang, Joseph Fox, Richard M. Silver

Abstract

P+ monolayers in Si are of great scientific and technological interest, both intrinsically as a material in the "ideal vacuum" of crystalline Si, and because they are showing great promise as qubits of electron and nuclear spin. The GHz complex conductivity σ(ω) can allow one to elucidate basic physical properties and also is important for fast devices, but measuring σ(ω) in 2D materials has not been easy. We report on such measurements, including showing i) qualitatively, a lack of any resonances up to 5 GHz (indicating no energy splittings below about 0.02 meV); and ii) quantitatively ideal Drude behavior of this novel material up to 5 GHz, showing a lower bound on the scattering rate of about 2×1010s−1. We also discuss deconvolving the confounding effect of the distributed resistance and capacitance of the monolayer.
Citation
AIP Advances
Volume
14
Issue
3

Keywords

GHz transmission, P+ monolayer, Drude metal

Citation

Zimmerman, N. , Levy, A. , Namboodiri, P. , Pomeroy, J. , Wang, X. , Fox, J. and Silver, R. (2024), DC to GHz measurements of a near-ideal 2D material: P+ monolayers, AIP Advances, [online], https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0175765, https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=956635 (Accessed April 19, 2024)
Created March 8, 2024, Updated March 14, 2024