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Title: Preparation of nanometer sized Mn doped Zn based oxides powder for DMS applications
Authors: Das, J
Pradhan, SK
Samantray, S
Sahu, DR
Mishra, DK
Srinivasu, VV
Roul, BK
Keywords: Mn doped ZnO
Diluted magnetic semiconductors
Two day International Seminar on Nanotechnology and Functional Materials
Nanotechnology
Functional materials
Nanosized green powder based on Mn doped ZnO
Zn 1-x Mn x O, where x=0.02 - 0.1
Pyrophoric reaction technique route
Issue Date: Jan-2009
Publisher: Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology
Citation: Das, J, Pradhan, SK, Samantray, S et al. 2009. Preparation of nanometer sized Mn doped Zn based oxides powder for DMS applications. Two day International Seminar on Nanotechnology and Functional Materials, Hyderabad, India, 10 - 11 January 2009, pp 17-22
Abstract: In order to study the size dependent DMS (Diluted Magnetic Semiconductor) behavior of Mn doped ZnO, the authors have systematically prepared a series of nanosized green powder based on Mn doped ZnO (Zn 1-x Mn x O, where x=0.02 - 0.1) materials using our novel and low cost pyrophoric reaction technique route. Microstructural (TEM) analysis of the green powder were carried out to understand the surface morphology, particle size and crystalline behavior (if any) of the green powders. It is observed that average particle size down to 20nm were formed by the Pyrophoric Reaction Technique Route which are the potential entity for the formation of high denisty nanostructured sintered ceramic target for preparation of ultra thin films of Zn based Diluted Magnetic Semiconductors (DMS)
Description: Copyright: 2009 Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3440
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