Hybrid top-down/bottom-up fabrication of regular arrays of AlN nanorods for deep-UV core-shell LEDs: Dataset

  • Pierre-Marie Coulon (Creator)
  • Gunnar Kusch (Creator)
  • Gunnar Kusch (Researcher)
  • Emmanuel Le Boulbar (Researcher)
  • Pierre Chausse (Other)
  • Christopher Bryce (Other)
  • Robert W. Martin (Project Member)
  • Philip Shields (Project Leader)

Dataset

Description

This dataset contains scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images and Catodoluminescence (CL) measurements carried out on AlN nanorod. The samples were fabricated via a hybrid top-down/bottom up approach. Displacement Talbot Lithography is used to fabricate Au/Ni metal dots to act as a hard etch mask. AlN nanorod arrays are created by inductively coupled plasma dry etching of an AlN template. AlN facet recovery is performed by Metal Organic Vapor Phase Epitaxy regrowth. CL was used to assess the optical quality of the AlN nanorod.
Date made available2017
PublisherUniversity of Bath

Research Output

Hybrid top-down/bottom-up fabrication of regular arrays of AlN nanorods for deep-UV core-shell LEDs

Coulon, P-M., Kusch, G., Le Boulbar, E., Chausse, P., Bryce, C. G., Martin, R. W. & Shields, P., 1 May 2018, In : Physica Status Solidi (B). 255, 5, 9 p., 1700445 .

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    Coulon, P. (Creator), Kusch, G. (Creator), Kusch, G. (Researcher), Le Boulbar, E. (Researcher), Chausse, P. (Other), Bryce, C. (Other), Martin, R. W. (Project Member), Shields, P. (Project Leader) (2017). Hybrid top-down/bottom-up fabrication of regular arrays of AlN nanorods for deep-UV core-shell LEDs: Dataset. University of Bath. 10.15125/BATH-00415