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Porous ZnO as a novel encapsulation matrix for quantum dot based luminescent down-shifting films

S.D. Hodgson, S. Jones, P.J. Holliman, S.L. Rugen-Hankey, V. Barrioz, S.J.C. Irvine, Peter Holliman Orcid Logo

Materials Letters, Volume: 130, Pages: 120 - 122

Swansea University Author: Peter Holliman Orcid Logo

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In an effort to find an alternative way of incorporating quantum dot (QD) based luminescent down-shifting (LDS) films into photovoltaic (PV) devices, transparent (at long wavelength) zinc oxide (ZnO) films have been grown by chemical bath deposition (CBD) to form novel encapsulation matrices for QD...

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ISSN: 0167-577X
Published: 2014
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title Porous ZnO as a novel encapsulation matrix for quantum dot based luminescent down-shifting films
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title_short Porous ZnO as a novel encapsulation matrix for quantum dot based luminescent down-shifting films
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description In an effort to find an alternative way of incorporating quantum dot (QD) based luminescent down-shifting (LDS) films into photovoltaic (PV) devices, transparent (at long wavelength) zinc oxide (ZnO) films have been grown by chemical bath deposition (CBD) to form novel encapsulation matrices for QD based LDS films. The ZnO films appear to be stoichiometric (Zn:O) and meso-porous as characterised by energy dispersive x-ray analysis and scanning electron microscopy. QDs have been loaded into the films for varying lengths of time (24–72 h) resulting in measureable fluorescence upon excitation with a blue LED.
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