Sol-Gel Technology Adaptation of Nanostructured Zinc Oxide for Flexible Electronics
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The possibility of replacing classical sol-gel operation methods of high-temperature annealing by photo-annealing using ultraviolet-range radiation has been analyzed. A technique for synthesizing hierarchically organized zinc oxide films using sol-gel technology based on the parallel combination of low-temperature treatment and UV photo-annealing is proposed. Spectroscopic studies of the qualitative composition of the film-forming sol and nanomaterials based on it, obtained on various types of substrates, have been carried out before and after initiation of photochemical reactions.
The work was supported by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science (project no. 16.897.2017/PCh), Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project no. 19-08-00924), and a scholarship of the President of the Russian Federation (SP-3800.2018.1).
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