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Paper by Thomas Cossuet 2017

Published on October 10, 2017
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Communique from October 11, 2017 to October 12, 2017

The paper "Polarity-Dependent Growth Rates of Selective Area Grown ZnO Nanorods by Chemical Bath Deposition" has been published in Langmuir

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Here  you will find the paper by  Thomas Cossuet

"Polarity is known to affect the growth and properties of ZnO single crystals and epitaxial films, but its effects are mostly unknown in ZnO nanorods. To leave polarity as the only varying parameter, ZnO nanorods are grown by chemical bath deposition under identical conditions and during the same run on O- and Zn-polar ZnO single crystals patterned by electron beam lithography with the same pattern consisting of 15 different domains. The resulting well-ordered O- and Zn-polar ZnO nanorod arrays with high structural uniformity are formed on all the domains. The comparison of their typical dimensions unambiguously reveals that Zn-polar ZnO nanorods have much higher growth rates than O-polar ZnO nanorods for all the hole diameter and period combinations. The distinct growth rates are explained in the framework of the surface reaction-/diffusive transport-limited elongation regime analysis, which yields a much larger surface reaction rate constant for Zn-polar ZnO nanorods. The origin of the difference is attributed to polarity-dependent dangling bond configurations at the top polar c-faces of ZnO nanorods, which may further be affected by polarity-dependent interactions with the ionic species in aqueous solution. These findings show the relevance of considering polarity as an important quantity in ZnO nanorods"

 



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Written by Maria Carmen Jimenez Arevalo

Date of update October 10, 2017

Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes
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