Wide Band Gap Semiconductor Nanowires 1. Low-Dimensionality Effects and Growth

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  • 352 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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GaN and ZnO nanowires can by grown using a wide variety of methods from physical vapor deposition to wet chemistry for optical devices. This book starts by presenting the similarities and differences between GaN and ZnO materials, as well as the assets and current limitations of nanowires for their use in optical devices, including feasibility and perspectives. It then focuses on the nucleation and growth mechanisms
of ZnO and GaN nanowires, grown by various chemical and physical methods. Finally, it describes the formation of nanowire heterostructures applied to optical devices.

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Preface xi

Part 1 GaN and ZnO Nanowires: Low–Dimensionality Effects 1

Chapter 1 Quantum and Optical Confinement 3Le Si Dang

Chapter 2 Stress Relaxation in Nanowires with Heterostructures 25Frank Glas

Chapter 3 Surface–Related Optical Properties of GaN–Based Nanowires 59Pierre Lefebvre

Chapter 4 Surface Related Optical Properties of ZnO Nanowires 81Tobias Voss and Jürgen Gutowski

Chapter 5 Doping and Transport 99Julien Pernot, Fabrice Donatini and Pierre Tchoulfian

Chapter 6 Microstructure of Group III–N Nanowires 125Achim Trampert, Xiang Kong, Esperanza Luna, Javier Grandal and Bernd Jenichen

Part 2 Nucleation and Growth Mechanisms of GaN and ZnO Nanowires 157

Chapter 7 Ni Collector–Induced Growth of GaN Nanowire on C–Plane Sapphere by Plama–Assisted Molecular Beam Epitaxy 159Caroline Chèze

Chapter 8 Self–Induced Growth of GaN Nanowires by Molecular Beam Epitaxy 177Vincent Consonni

Chapter 9 Selective Area Growth of GaN Nanowires by Plama–Assisted Molecular Beam Epitaxy 215Miguel A Sanchez–Garcia, steven Albert, Ana M. Bengoechea–Encabo, Francesca Barbagini and Enrique Calleja

Chapter 10 Metal–Organic Vapor Phase Epitaxy Growth of GaN Nanorods 245Joël Eymery

Chapter 11 Metal–Organic Chemical Vaport Deposition Growth of ZnO Nanowires 265Vincent Sallet

Chapter 12 Pulsed–Laser Deposition of ZnO Nanowires 303Christoph Peter Dietrich and Marius Grundmann

Chapter 13 Preparation of ZnO Nanorods and Nanowires by Wet Chemistry 325Thierry Pauporté

List of Authors 379

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