NewsAnalysis and containment of defect formation in Zn3P2
crystals: A nanoscale approach

1st February 2022by admin0
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A study published in Nanoscale demonstrates that
high-quality Zn3P2 crystals, free of interface defects, can be
fabricated with a nanoscale approach. It consists in using
selective area epitaxy to grow nanowires of Zn3P2, a material of
interest for application in solar and photovoltaic cells. This
work, coordinated by ICN2 group leader ICREA Prof. Jordi Arbiol,
also employs state-of-the-art microscopy techniques and 3D
simulations to thoroughly investigate the formation of
differently-oriented structures within the nanowires.

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