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ZnO and Its Applications

  • K. Ellmer
  • A. Klein
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Part of the Springer Series in Materials Science book series (SSMATERIALS, volume 104)

Zinc oxide has been investigated already in 1912. With the beginning of the semiconductor age after the invention of the transistor [1], systematic investigations of ZnO as a compound semiconductor were performed. In 1960, the good piezoelectric properties of zinc oxide were discovered [2], which led to the first electronic application of zinc oxide as a thin layer for surface acoustic wave devices [3].

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Zinc Oxide Formation Enthalpy Valence Band Maximum American Physical Society Band Alignment 
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