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Observation of the First Excited State of A-Exciton in ZnO Nanocombs

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High-quality ZnO nanocombs were synthesized on Si substrates coated with Au films by evaporating ZnO powders with a high yield. The morphology of the ZnO nanocombs was characterized by scanning electronic microscopy. In order to study the dynamic process of near-band edge emission, the temperature-dependent photoluminescence spectra were measured. The first excited state emission of A-free exciton centered at 3.403 eV was observed at 87 K.


Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: March 1, 2010

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