Structural, Optical and EPR Study of Mn-Doped ZnO Nanocrystals View Full Text


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2019-03-07

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F. Acosta-Humánez, Luis Montes-Vides, O. Almanza

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This paper presents the study of manganese-doped ZnO (Zn1−xMnxO) nanocrystals produced using the sol–gel method. In samples calcinated at a temperature of 873 K, we analyzed the influence of the manganese concentration on the structure and optical properties of these samples. From X-ray analysis, it could be inferred that there were no other phases in the Mn-doped samples, apart from a wurtzite phase. The lattice parameters do not change significantly with Mn concentration. c/a ratio exhibits a slight deviation when it is compared with the value of an optimal hexagonal closed-packed structure. Crystal size (Ds) was higher for Mn-doped samples, except for ZnO with 3% Mn doped. From UV–Vis measurements, band gap (Eg) values showed a blueshift (reduction in bandgap) when Mn concentration was higher than 3%. Electron paramagnetic resonance results determined that Mn ions were incorporated into the ZnO lattice in place of Zn2+, occupying a rhombic distortion of tetrahedral local symmetry. More... »

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