Electro-Optics Based on Novel Materials Modifications
Final rept. 1 Nov 2000-30 Jun 2001
EVANS (CHARLES) AND ASSOCIATES SUNNYVALE CA
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Aims or goals of this work included growth, doping and characterization of new materials of interest to ARO for electro-optics and electronics application within the DoD, often involving support for university research through collaborative programs initiated by Dr. John Zavada. A wide variety of materials were studied. The Group III-Nitrides were chosen as sources of multi-color LEDs and for high powerhigh temperature electronics. Rare earth elements were implanted into GaN to study their band edge luminescence and stimulated PL emission. Er, Pr and Eu implants into ZnO were also studied by these two optical techniques.
- Electrooptical and Optoelectronic Devices
- Inorganic Chemistry