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The vapor-phase synthesis of polycrystalline ZnSe nanoparticles is reported. The particles were grown at room temperature and at a pressure of 125 torr in a counterflow jet reactor and were collected by impact on a Si watler. The precursors used in this study were vapors of (CH3)2Zn:[N(C2H5)3)]2 and H2Se gas diluted in hydrogen. These precursors have been used in the past for Metalorganic Vapor Phase Epitaxy (MOVPE) of ZnSe thin films. The particles were characterized by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). electron diffraction. and Raman spectroscopy. The reactor was operated in a continuous, steady-state mode using a gas delivery system that is typical flor MOVPII systems.
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