Abstract

Giant 60-fold enhanced ultraviolet (UV) emission is obtained in Pt nanoparticle-assembled ZnO film. Besides surface plasmons coupling, the conversion of non-radiative recombination into UV emission makes great contributions to the enhancement. It paves a new way in designing high-efficiency UV optoelectronic devices without defect-related energy loss.

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