Oxide nanowire

Growth mechanism and physical properties of oxide nanowire

Details

  • Growth of 3D branched ITO nanotrees and emergence of a new In-Sn-O phase: 
   
  • Silicide nanoweb formed as a result of inter-wire electrostatic interaction between polar surfaces:
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  • Recovery of band-edge UV emission in SnO2 by breaking the dipole-forbidden rule:
  

Publications

  •  J. Gao, O. Lebedev, S. Turner, Y. Li, Y. Lu, Y. P. Feng, P. Boullay, W. Prellier, G. van Tendeloo, and T. Wu, "Phase selection enabled formation of abrupt axial heterojunctions in branched oxide nanowires" Nano Lett. 12, 275 (2012).
  • H. T. Wang, J. C. Wu, Y. Q. Shen, G. P. Li, Z. Zhang, G. Z. Xing, D. L. Guo, D. D. Wang, Z. L. Dong, and T. Wu, " CrSi2 hexagonal nanowebs" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132, 15875 (2010). 
  • Y. F. Li, W. J. Yin, R. Deng, R. Chen, J. Chen, Q. Y. Yan, B. Yao, H. D. Sun, S.-H. Wei*, and T. Wu*, “Realizing a SnO2-Based Ultraviolet Light-Emitting Diode via Breaking the Dipole Forbidden Rule” NPG Asia Mater. 4, E30 (2012).