Electrically pumped near-ultraviolet lasing was achieved in a metal/insulator/ semiconductor laser diode based on ZnO/MgO core/shell nanowires. The nanowire. We report electrically pumped Fabry-Perot (FP) type waveguide ultraviolet lasing from laser diodes that consist of Sb-doped p-type ZnO nanowires and n-type. Abstract. We report electrically pumped Fabry-Perot (FP) type waveguide ultraviolet lasing from laser diodes that consist of Sb-doped p-type ZnO nanowires and.
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Semiconductor nanowires or other wire-like nanostructures, including nanoribbons and nanobelts synthesized by bottom-up chemical growth show single-crystalline structures, excellent geometric uniformities, subwavelength transverse dimensions, and relatively high refractive indices, making these one-dimensional structures ideal optical nanowaveguides with tight optical confinement and low scattering loss.
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The diodes exhibit highly stable lasing at room temperature. Equations displayed with MathJax. Electrically pumped waveguide lasing from ZnO nanowires Overview of attention for article published in Nature Nanotechnology, July Express 24 23 ZnO-based random lasing has been demonstrated with both optical and electrical pumping, but random lasers suffer from reduced output powers, unstable emission spectra and beam divergence.
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