Electrically pumped random lasers are realized in ZnO nanocrystallite films in a simple metal–oxide–semiconductor structure. By introducing an i-ZnO layer, a threshold current of 6.5 mA is obtained. The reported results provide a simple route to electrically pumped random lasing (see figure) with relatively low threshold, a significant step towards the future applications of this kind of laser.
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