The chemical identification of donor bound excitons in ZnO has been studied using radioactive ions. Implantations of - which decays to radioactive Cd and In - have enabled the identification of the optical feature as being the ionized donor counterpart of , one of the most prominent optical features in the photoluminescence spectrum of ZnO. Both of these lines are consistent with In occupying a Zn site.
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Research Article| December 04 2013
The identification and nature of bound exciton I-line PL systems in ZnO
M. O. Henry;
AIP Conf. Proc. 1566, 85–86 (2013)
K. Johnston, J. Cullen, M. O. Henry, Enda McGlynn, Rehab I. Khawaga; The identification and nature of bound exciton I-line PL systems in ZnO. AIP Conf. Proc. 4 December 2013; 1566 (1): 85–86. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4848297
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