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ZnO nanowire array grown on a fiber tip as a new platform for sensor and UV-laser applications

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The excitation of both surface polaritons and deep-level photoluminescence are observed and characterized in an array of ZnO nanowires with 40- to 50-nm diameter and 800-nm length that is being deposited on the end facet of a standard single-mode fiber.

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