In this report, methods of solvothermal synthesis of Sb2Se3 nanorods from a single-source precursor Sb[Se2P(O iPr)2]3 were demonstrated. The synthesized Sb2Se3 nanorods were expected to have new optical and electrical properties. With the electron beam (E-beam) lithography and focus ion beam (FIB) techniques, we achieved immobilization and positioning of a single Sb2Se3 nanorod on a patterned template. By using the confocal Raman microscope and two-point-contact electrical measurement methods, we obtained optical and electrical characteristics from a single Sb2Se3 nanorod.
- Electrical properties
- SbSe nanorod
- Single nanorod optical spectra