TRANSFORMATION OF ZNO-BASED STRUCTURES UNDER HEAVY MO DOPING: DEFECT STATES AND LUMINESCENCE
1 remeš Zdeněk
1,2 děcká Kateřina
3 mičová Júlia
1,4 landová Lucie
Institute of Physics CAS in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic, EU, firstname.lastname@example.org
Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Prague, Czech Republic, EU, email@example.com
Institute of Chemistry SAS, Bratislava, Slovakia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Prague, Czech Republic, EU, email@example.com
Proceedings 13th International Conference on Nanomaterials - Research & Application
22nd November 2021
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Hydrothermally grown ZnO-based structures were heavily doped with Mo (various doping levels from 2 to 25%). Mo was found to strongly affect the structure and morphology of ZnO, resulting in a complex mixture of zinc oxide and molybdenum. Moreover, the transformation of material phases upon the increased Mo content was observed. ZnO phase was observed only at low Mo doping level (2 and 5%). This correlated very well to the changes in the luminescence and electron paramagnetic resonance signals.
ZnO, Mo doping, material phase transformation, luminescence, electron paramagnetic resonance
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