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REVIEW ON METALLIC OXIDE NANOPARTICLES AND THEIR APPLICATION IN OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES

Date added: 2019-01-02
Type: Article

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Maciej Sibiński

Maciej Sibiński

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Aleksandra Sosna-Głębska

Aleksandra Sosna-Głębska

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Natalia Szczecińska

Natalia Szczecińska

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Katarzyna Znajdek

Katarzyna Znajdek

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Abstract

Among the large family of metallic oxides, there is a considerable group possessing excellent semiconducting properties. What follows, they are promising materials for applications in the field of optoelectronics and photonics. Thanks to the development of nanotechnology in the last few decades, it is now possible to manufacture a great variety of different nanostructures. By controlling their size, shape, composition and crystallinity, one can influence such properties as band gap, absorption properties, surface to volume ratio, conductivity, and, as a consequence, tune the material for the chosen application. The following article reviews the research conducted in the field of application of the metallic oxide nanoparticles, especially ZnO, TiO2 and ITO (Indium-Tin Oxide), in such branches of optoelectronics as solid-state lightning, photodetectors, solar-cells and transparent conducting layers.

 

doi.org/10.32933/ActaInnovations.30.1 

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Key words: metallic oxides, nanoparticles, zno, tio2, ito, solar cells

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