Simulataneous Formation of InGaN Nanostructures with Varying Shapes for White Light Source Applications

Abstract
Varying shapes of InGaN nanostructures were simultaneously formed on silicon epitaxially. The nanowires and nanomushrooms emit violet-blue light, and broad yellow-orange-red luminescence, respectively. The combination of which is promising for white light emission.

Citation
Gasim A, Cha D, Ng TK, Bhattacharya PK, Ooi BS (2012) Simulataneous Formation of InGaN Nanostructures with Varying Shapes for White Light Source Applications. Asia Communications and Photonics Conference. doi:10.1364/ACP.2012.AS2F.2.

Publisher
The Optical Society

Journal
Asia Communications and Photonics Conference

DOI
10.1364/ACP.2012.AS2F.2

Additional Links
http://www.opticsinfobase.org/abstract.cfm?URI=ACP-2012-AS2F.2

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