Data for: "Optical properties and resonant cavity modes in axial InGaN/GaN nanotube microcavities"

  • P.-M. Coulon (Creator)
  • J.R. Pugh (University of Bristol) (Creator)
  • M. Athanasiou (Creator)
  • G. Kusch (Creator)
  • Boulbar E.D. Le Boulbar (Creator)
  • A. Sarua (Contributor)
  • R. Smith (University of Sheffield) (Contributor)
  • Robert Martin (Contributor)
  • Tao Wang (Contributor)
  • Martin J. Cryan (Contributor)
  • D W E Allsopp (Contributor)
  • P.A. Shields (University of Bath) (Contributor)



This dataset contains scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images, Catodoluminescence (CL), MicroPL and Confocal PL measurements and Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) simulations carried out on InGaN/GaN nanotube microcavities. The samples were fabricated via a combination of Displacement Talbot Lithography for patterning and inductively coupled plasma top-down dry-etching. SEM imaging were used to assess first, the patterning of SiNx mask, and second, the InGaN/GaN nanotube morphology and dimensions. CL were used to assess the optical properties of individual InGaN/GaN nanotube. MicroPL and Confocal PL were used to carry out continuous excitation at room temperature of isolated InGaN/GaN nanotube. FDTD simulations were used to investigate the nature of the resonant modes. Correlation between PL techniques and FDTD simulation suggests that both mixed whispering gallery – Fabry-Perot cavity modes are observed within the single nanotube.

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Date made available15 Dec 2017
PublisherUniversity of Bath

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