Superlattices and Microstructures volume 42, issue 1-6, P398-402 2007 DOI: 10.1016/j.spmi.2007.04.076 View full text
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C. Bekeny, T. Voss, J. Gutowski, B. Postels, M. Kreye, A. Waag

Abstract: Photoluminescence investigations of ZnO nanorods realised by an advanced two-step aqueous chemical growth process have been carried out revealing well-resolved near-band-edge emission accompanied by phonon replicas. The optical properties of nanorods with different lengths and diameters are quite similar indicating a good control of the growth process without influencing the optical properties even on plastic substrate. The near-band-edge emission has a very broad line-width of ∼10 meV. Annealing in Ar atmosp…

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