Data for figures in paper 'Temperature dependence of the band gap of zinc nitride observed in photoluminescence measurements'
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The data provided here are related to the publication:<br>"Temperature dependence of the band gap of zinc nitride observed in photoluminescence measurements".<br>Appl. Phys. Lett. 111, 122105 (2017); doi: <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4997153" target="_blank">http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4997153</a><br><br>The study reported in this paper was funded by the EPSRC (Fund code EP/M507611/1) and Johnson Matthey PLC. The financial support by these parties is highly appreciated.<br><br>The data required to reproduce each figure panel is provided in different text files. Columns are separated by a space character. The first line in each column describes the dataset.<br><br>With the added context of the paper, it should be easy to reproduce the figures. The data include original X-ray Diffraction, temperature and excitation dependent photoluminescence measurements as well as the analysed data presented in the figures of the paper.<br><br><b>Figure 1:</b> XRD pattern of a sample grown at 150 °C. Inset: SEM image of the same sample.<br><b><br>Figure 2:</b> Temperature dependent PL of a sample shortly after growth. The excitation power for these measurements was set to 30 mW.<br><br><b>Figure 3:</b> (a) Temperature dependent PL of the zinc nitride sample after prolonged exposure to ambient. (b) Comparison of the high-energy bands of the same sample before (solid) and after (dashed) prolonged exposure to ambient.<br><br><b>Figure 4:</b> PL spectra of bands A and B at (a) 3.7 and (b) 294 K at different excitation powers. (c) Peak intensities and (d) emission energies of band A at 294 K (●) and bands A (▼) and B (▲) at 3.7 K as a function of excitation power. The spectra in (a) have been normalised at the maximum intensity of band A.<br><br><b>Figure 5:</b> Temperature dependence of (a) relative integrated intensities (I/I0) and (b) the emission energies of band A at an excitation power of 100 mW (●) and bands A (▼) and B (▲) at an excitation power of 1 mW.