Method to Synthesize Highly Luminescent Magnesium Doped Gallium Nitride Powder

Fernando Ponce (Inventor)

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Abstract

ASU researchers have developed a new method to produce magnesium-doped gallium nitride powders. The method allows for tight control over the concentration of magnesium in the final product, facilitating high-luminescent, high-efficiency powders. This method can be used to produce p-type GaN phosphors that can be used as active material in electroluminescent devices.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Apr 27 2004

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