Photoluminescence of One-dimensional Zinc Oxide Arrays Electrodeposited in Pulse Mode

Authors N.P. Klochko1 , K.S. Klepikova1 , V.R. Kopach1 , G.S. Khrypunov1 , N.D. Volkova2, V.M. Lyubov1 , A.V. Kopach1
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1 National Technical University «Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute», 21, Frunze Str., 61002 Kharkiv, Ukraine

2 National Aerospace University «Kharkiv Aviation Institute», 17, Chkalova Str., 61070 Kharkiv, Ukraine

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Issue Volume 7, Year 2015, Number 4
Dates Received 07 July 2015; published online 24 December 2015
Citation N.P. Klochko, K.S. Klepikova, V.R. Kopach, et al., J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 7 No 4, 04091 (2015)
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PACS Number(s) 61.46.Km, 78.55.Et
Keywords Zinc oxide (10) , Pulse cathodic electrodeposition, One-dimensional nanostructure, Photoluminescence (17) .
Annotation For the first time one-dimensional nanostructured zinc-oxide arrays (1D ZnO) which are suitable for optoelectronics and nanophotonics were obtained by pulsed cathodic electrodeposition method adapted for large-scale production from aqueous solution without using of surface-active modifiers for growth and subsequent thermal treatments. The low defect density and high optical material quality were confirmed by intensive photoluminescence (PL) in ultraviolet (UV) region. The sharp high peak of UV photoluminescence of nanostructured ZnO array electrodeposited on silicon substrate indicates its effective radiative recombination. The UV PL is explained by weak crystal texture (0001), insignificant compression microstrains and residual stresses which were revealed for these 1D ZnO arrays.

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