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Title: Ternary II-VI 1D nanomaterials: synthesis, properties and applications
Keywords: nanostructures, II-VI compound, photodetectors, photoelectronics, ultrafast spectroscopy, THz
Issue Date: 7-Aug-2013
Citation: LU JUNPENG (2013-08-07). Ternary II-VI 1D nanomaterials: synthesis, properties and applications. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In this work, we have developed simple and efficient growth methods to synthesize ternary II-VI 1D nanostructures of cadmium chalcogenide, zinc chalcogenide, and their hybrid complex structures. The physical properties of these as-grown ternary nanostructures were characterized and correlated with the binary compounds. The fundamentals of the optical properties have been investigated with varying chemical composition x. The appropriate potential applications have been optimized and demonstrated. The achievement of uniform ternary products will greatly promote the structural characterization of multiplex alloys by excluding the impact of composition gradient. The higher photoconductivity revealed by the fundamental optical property study would facilitate the possibility for implementation of ternary nanobelts in optoelectric devices. The reported approach is expected to be suitable to other ternary compounds.
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