Low Temperature Characteristics of ZnO Photoluminescence Spectra. Matthew Xia. Columbia University. Advisor: Dr. Karl Johnston. Background.
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Low Temperature Characteristics of ZnO Photoluminescence Spectra
Advisor: Dr. Karl Johnston
If the material is excited by an optical beam at an greater than the band gap, electron-hole pairs called the exciton created.
Henry et al, Hyperfine Interactions (2000)
Experiments carried out at ISOLDE, CERN (Isotope Separation Online)
Hyperfine Interactions: 129 (2000)
where λ = ln(2)/t1/2 .
Sample A (grown with 20 Ǻ Au catalyst).
Sample B (grown with 52 Ǻ Au catalyst).
Grabowska et al., Dublin City University.
Sample C. Aligned Nanorods grown with conditions similar to A.