The Synthesis and Optical Properties of ZnO Nanocombs
Abstract:The ZnO nanocombs were synthesized by chemical vapor deposition method, which the uniform and dense nanotips were along one side of the comb ribbon. The growth mechanism was described as free catalyst self-assembled and vapor-solid model. The optical properties related with the surface states were investigated by Raman and PL spectra. The large redshift of 1LO phonon peak was attributed to the surface and interface states. The normalized PL spectra showed that the deep-level emission decreased for the sample to be annealed in O2 ambient at 500 °C. On the contrary, the deep-level emission increased while for the annealed sample in O2 ambient at 600 °C. The deep-level emission was attributed to the transition from the shallow donor to the deep acceptor. The XPS analysis showed the existence of oxygen rich and Zn deficient in the ZnO nanocombs annealed at 600 °C. The abnormal temperature dependence of integrated PL intensity was attributed to the abundant surface states.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: April 1, 2010
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