Growth of Well-Aligned InN Nanorods on Amorphous Glass Substrates

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The growth of well-aligned nanorods on amorphous substrates can pave the way to fabricate large-scale and low-cost devices. In this work, we successfully prepared vertically well-aligned c-axis InN nanorods on amorphous glass substrate by metal-organic chemical vapor deposition. The products formed directly on bare glass are randomly oriented without preferential growth direction. By inserting a GaN/Ti interlayer, the nanowire alignment can be greatly improved as indicated by scanning electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction.




Li, H., Zhao, G., Wei, H., Wang, L., Chen, Z., & Yang, S. (2016). Growth of Well-Aligned InN Nanorods on Amorphous Glass Substrates. Nanoscale Research Letters, 11(1).

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