Suppressed Hysteretic Field Emission From Polymer Encapsulated Silver Nanowires

Cole, Matthew T.
Parmee, Richard J.
Hiralal, Pritesh
CEPEK, Cinzia
Robertson, Alexander W.
LI, Chi
DAI, Qing
Warner, Jamie H.
Milne, William I.
Ünalan, Hüsnü Emrah
Suppression of the hysteretic electron emission in one-dimensional nanomaterial-based electron sources remains a critical barrier preventing their wide scale adoption in various vacuum electronics applications. Here, we report on the suppressed hysteretic performance, and its photo-dependence from conformal poly-vinylpyrrolidone encapsulated percolative Ag nanowire-based electron sources.


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M. T. Cole et al., “Suppressed Hysteretic Field Emission From Polymer Encapsulated Silver Nanowires,” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOTECHNOLOGY, pp. 11–15, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: