Photoluminescence from electron irradiated ZnO
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Photoluminescence of ZnO ceramics irradiated with electrons of 0.8 MeV and 2.6 MeV energy has been investigated. The irradiated samples have been annealed in air at temperatures up to 1100° C. Irradiation causes quenching of the PL green band and as a consequence a peak at 470 nm emerges. Results indicate that part of the quenching can be attributed to damage in the oxygen sublattice.
PACS61.70 Bv 61,80 Fe 78.55.-m
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