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Structural and optical properties of Zn0.9Mn0.1O/ZnO core-shell nanowires designed by pulsed laser deposition

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9 Author(s)
Kaydashev, V.E. ; Southern Federal University, 344090 Rostov-on-Don, Russia ; Kaidashev, E.M. ; Peres, M. ; Monteiro, T.
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Core-shell ZnO/ZnMnO nanowires on a-Al2O3 and GaN (buffer layer)/Si (111) substrates were fabricated by pulsed laser deposition using a Au catalyst. Two ZnO targets with a Mn content of 10% were sintered at 1150 and 550 °C in order to achieve the domination in them of paramagnetic MnO2 and ferromagnetic Mn2O3 phases, respectively. Cluster mechanism of laser ablation as a source of possible incorporation of secondary phases to the wire shell is discussed. Raman spectroscopy under excitation by an Ar+ laser revealed a broad peak related to the Mn-induced disorder and a redshift in the A1-LO phonon. Resonant Raman measurements revealed an increase in the multiphonon scattering caused by disorder in ZnO upon doping by Mn. Besides the UV emission, a vibronic green emission band assisted by a ∼71 meV LO phonon is also observed in the photoluminescence spectra. Core-shell structures with smooth shells show a high exciton to green band intensity ratio (∼10) even at room temperature.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:106 ,  Issue: 9 )

Date of Publication:

Nov 2009

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