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Research Title Investigation on Crystal Defects of Carbothermally Grown Zinc Oxide Nanostructure
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Dr. Roland V. Sarmago

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16 June 17
15 June 15
Research Location UP Diliman
Research Description Zinc Oxide (ZnO) nanostructures are extensively studied due to its unique electrical and optical properties with application on optoelectronics like lasers, light emitting diodes (LED) and UV scintillators. Research on fast, low-cost and effective synthesis of ZnO nanostructures must be employed. Carbothermal reduction method are proven to be simple and effective deposition method of ZnO crystal, but due to non-equilibrium environment during this method, the grown crystal are prone to crystal defects such as planar dislocations, defects and lattice mismatch which affects directly the optical quality of the grown crystals.
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2015
₱532,770.00
Code TS-2015-20
KRA Code Rapid and Sustained Economic Growth
Priority Thrust DOST
R&D


Sector Applied Sciences
Actual Sector Nanotechnology
Related sectors Chemistry, Physics, Materials Engineering, Manufacturing