Research Highlights: Scientists from Harvard University Report Synthesis of 3D Nano LEDs.
Jul 29, 2011 Charles Lieber and coworkers from the Departments of Chemistry and Engineering at Harvard University have demonstrated general approach to the production of 3D branched nanowire heterostructures applicable for production of nanoscale LEDs, biosensors and logic circuits.
Single-crystalline semiconductors, including groups IV, III–V, and II–VI, and metal branches have been selectively grown on core or core/ shell NW backbones via vapor- and solution-phase methods.Precise control over composition and doping allowed for successful generation of reliable p-n diode, LED, and FET device characteristics encoded at the branch junctions.
Full article is available for free at PNAS Open Access: http://www.pnas.org/content/108/30/12212.full.pdf
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