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L. BRUNO CHANDRASEKAR1,* , S. NAGARAJAN2, P. RAMASUNDARI3, R. VIJAYALAKSHMI4, M. KARUNAKARAN5, T. DANIEL THANGADURAI6
- Department of Physics, The American College, Madurai, India
- Department of Chemistry, NIT-Manipur, Imphal, India
- Department of Physics, NMSSVN College, Madurai, India
- PG and Research Department of Physics, Thiagarajar College, Madurai, India
- Department of Physics, Alagappa Govt. Arts College, Karaikudi, India
- Department of Nanoscience and Technology, Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College , Coimbatore, India
Sr doped ZnO nanostructure was prepared by chemical precipitation method and it was irradiated by microwave. The X-ray diffraction studies show that the material has hexagonal phase in nature and the unit cell analysis were done. The unit cell properties such as nearest-neighbour bond length, second-nearest neighbour bond length and bond angles were examined and reported. Purity of the nanostructure was confirmed by the energy dispersive X-ray analysis and morphological analysis were carried out by scanning electron microscopy. Urbach energy and band gap were estimated using the optical absorption spectrum. The intensity of the photoluminescence spectrum depends on the doping concentration of Sr..
Nanostructure, Hexagonal, Urbach energy, Photoluminescence.
Submitted at: April 23, 2018
Accepted at: Feb. 12, 2019
L. BRUNO CHANDRASEKAR, S. NAGARAJAN, P. RAMASUNDARI, R. VIJAYALAKSHMI, M. KARUNAKARAN, T. DANIEL THANGADURAI, Synthesis and characterization of microwave irradiated Sr doped ZnO nanostructure, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials Vol. 21, Iss. 1-2, pp. 146-150 (2019)
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