(technical article, overview) - A simple and inexpensive technique for obtaining low dimensional semiconductor nanostructures
Keywords:Low dimension structures, Hydrothermal crystal growth, Physical vapor deposition process, Zinc compounds, Semiconducting II-VI materials.
AbstractThe isothermal closed space sublimation is a simple and effective technique of low-cost, used to obtain thin films of semiconducting materials, embedding nanoporous substrate with semiconducting materials or to grow nanocrystals inside the porous. In this overview is explained how to use this technique to conform semiconductor structure using ZnO nanorod matrix as template, as a result a structure with potencial use as solar cell is obtained.
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