Abstract: Interest in creating and studying silicon-based InSb nanocrystals is due to the need for hybrid integrated circuits involving elements with different functional properties. Optical phonons localized in low-dimension crystals can affect both the optical and electrical properties of these crystals. The optical-phonon properties of InSb nanocrystals ion-beam synthesized in silicon and InSb nanocrystals formed in SiO2 layers by ion-beam synthesis and rf magnetron sputtering are compared. The properties of optical phonons in InSb nanocrystals are explained in terms of the effect of the structural properties of the surrounding matrix.
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