Kunook Chung

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We fabricated transferable gallium nitride (GaN) thin films and light-emitting diodes (LEDs) using graphene-layered sheets. Heteroepitaxial nitride thin films were grown on graphene layers by using high-density, vertically aligned zinc oxide nanowalls as an intermediate layer. The nitride thin films on graphene layers show excellent optical characteristics(More)
Plan-view and cross-sectional transmission electron microscopy images show the microstructural properties of GaN thin films grown on graphene layers, including dislocation types and density, crystalline orientation and grain boundaries. The roles of ZnO nanowalls and GaN intermediate layers in the heteroepitaxial growth of GaN on graphene, revealed by(More)
Direct epitaxial growth of inorganic compound semiconductors on lattice-matched single-crystal substrates has provided an important way to fabricate light sources for various applications including lighting, displays and optical communications. Nevertheless, unconventional substrates such as silicon, amorphous glass, plastics, and metals must be used for(More)
We report the fabrication and characteristics of vertical microtube light-emitting diode (LED) arrays with a metal core inside the devices. To make the LEDs, gallium nitride (GaN)/indium gallium nitride (In(x)Ga(1-x)N)/zinc oxide (ZnO) coaxial microtube LED arrays were grown on an n-GaN/c-aluminum oxide (Al2O3) substrate. The microtube LED arrays were then(More)
We demonstrated the successful growth of catalyst-free InN nanorods on (0001) Al2O3 substrates using metal-organic chemical vapor deposition. Morphological evolution was significantly affected by growth temperature. At 710 degrees C, complete InN nanorods with typical diameters of 150 nm and length of approximately 3.5 microm were grown with hexagonal(More)
ReRAM is a compelling candidate for next-generation non-volatile memory owing to its various advantages. However, fluctuation of operation parameters are critical weakness occurring failures in 'reading' and 'writing' operations. To enhance the stability, it is important to understand the mechanism of the devices. Although numerous studies have been(More)
We report flexible resistive random access memory (ReRAM) arrays fabricated by using NiO x /GaN microdisk arrays on graphene films. The ReRAM device was created from discrete GaN microdisk arrays grown on graphene films produced by chemical vapor deposition, followed by deposition of NiO x thin layers and Au metal contacts. The microdisk ReRAM arrays were(More)
The epitaxial lateral overgrowth (ELOG) of GaN microdisks on graphene microdots and the fabrication of flexible light-emitting diodes (LEDs) using these microdisks is reported. An ELOG technique with only patterned graphene microdots is used, without any growth mask. The discrete micro-LED arrays are transferred onto Cu foil by a simple lift-off technique,(More)
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