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By Junqiao Wu, Jinbo Cao, Wei-Qiang Han, Anderson Janotti, Ho-Cheol Kim

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It has been proposed that Ga or In substituting on Sn site would result in shallow acceptors. We anticipate that 30 A. Janotti et al. Fig. 2 Formation energy as a function of Fermi-level position for donor-type centers in SnO2: oxygen vacancy VO, tin interstitial Sni, tin antisite SnO, hydrogen interstitial Hi, and substitutional hydrogen HO. These results were obtained using the LDA/LDA + U approach [19]. The zero of Fermi level corresponds to the valence-band maximum. For Fermi-level positions near the conduction band VO is stable in the neutral charge state whereas Sni and SnO are stable in the 4+ charge state difficulties in making SnO2 p-type may arise due to the formation of small hole polarons.

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