Marius Grundmann, Friedrich-Leonhard Schein, Michael Lorenz, Tammo Böntgen, Jörg Lenzner and Holger von Wenckstern Cuprous iodide – a p-type transparent semiconductor: history and novel applications physica status solidi (a) 210
Cuprous iodide is a p-type wide bandgap semiconductor that has been identified as transparent semiconductor 1907 by K. Bädeker in Leipzig. The literature on CuI and the semiconducting properties of CuI are reviewed. It is found that CuI can grow epitaxially on (00.1)-oriented ZnO. With n-type ZnO thin films CuI forms transparent bipolar diodes with high rectification.
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