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Growth and Cathodoluminescence of Eu Doped ZnO Nanoneedles and Branched Nanoneedle Structures

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Ortega Villafuerte, Yanicet y Fernández Sánchez, Paloma y Piqueras de Noriega, Javier (2010) Growth and Cathodoluminescence of Eu Doped ZnO Nanoneedles and Branched Nanoneedle Structures. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 10 (1). pp. 502-507. ISSN 1533-4880

URL Oficial: http://dx.doi.org/10.1166/jnn.2010.1586


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Rare-earth (RE) ions are widely investigated luminescent centers because their intraionic-4f transitions generate narrow and intense emission lines. In this work Eu doped ZnO nanoneedles have been grown, by a thermal evaporation-deposition method, and structural and luminescence characterization has been carried out. Mixtures of ZnO and EU_2O_3 or of ZnS and Eu_2O_3 powders were used as precursors. Annealing of the compacted powder mixtures leads to the growth of nanoneedles and nanoneedle networks, as well as rods. EDS and CL measurements enable to detect the incorporation of Eu in these structures. The choice of precursor, ZnO-Eu_2O_3 or ZnS-Eu_2O_3 influences the morphology as well as the luminescence properties of the obtained nanostructures. In particular, while in the samples obtained from ZnO, the defect green luminescence band is practically absent, the band is present in the ZnO nanoneedles obtained from ZnS. Besides the broad deep level band, a series of well-separated narrow-peaks characteristic of the intrinsic red luminescence of Eu^(+3) ions are observed in all cases, whose relative intensities vary from one set of samples to the other. The results suggest that the Eu^(3+) ions have at least, two possible configurations in the ZnO lattice with different symmetry in the nanoneedles.


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This work was supported by MEC (Project MAT2006-01259).

Palabras clave:Luminescence Properties, Spray-Pyrolysis, Zinc-Oxide, Nanowires, Photoluminescence, Manganese, Nanorods, Emission
Materias:Ciencias > Física > Física de materiales
Código ID:25692
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