Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics & Optoelectronics, 26 (4), P. 470-474 (2023).

Improvement of new electronic materials using computer modeling

Y.V. Bondaruk 1, T.S. Kavetskyy 2,3* , A.O. Vinkovskaya 1 , M. Kushniyazova 4 , D.O. Dyachok 1 , L.I. Pankiv 2 , H.M. Klepach 2 , O.R. Mushynska 2 , O.V. Zubrytska 2 , O.I. Matskiv 2 , Y.V. Pavlovskyy 2 , S.Y. Voloshanska 2 , S.S. Monastyrska 2 , L.V. Bodnar 1 , A.E. Kiv 1,5

1South-Ukrainian K.D. Ushynsky National Pedagogical University, 65020 Odesa, Ukraine
2Drohobych Ivan Franko State Pedagogical University, 82100 Drohobych, Ukraine
3Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, 84511 Bratislava, Slovak Republic
4Kazakh-British Technical University, 050000 Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan
5Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 84105 Beer-Sheva, Israel
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Abstract. Porous materials occupy an important place among the materials of electronic equipment. Nanopores, which are obtained by ion irradiation of materials, have a complex internal structure that depends on the interaction of fast ions with the substance. Obtaining such structures is important, in particular, in the manufacture of biosensor devices based on them. The most effective methods of studying their properties are computer simulations. However, effective computer models of track structures, necessary for the development and improvement of modern biosensors, are not being created actively enough. The approach proposed here involves a detailed study of the interaction of ion flows with the inner surface of the nanotrack. This approach takes into account the structural features of the inner surface of the track as well as the role of adsorption and scattering centers and other local centers. In the existing approaches, the processes mentioned above are mainly described phenomenologically, which does not indicate the ways of modifying the characteristics of the material that is necessary for the device improvement.

Keywords: nanopores, ion-induced nanotracks, track biosensors.

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