Abstract

We investigate the case that the transport mean free path of emitted photons within the disordered scatterers, which is composed by the ZnO nanowires, is tunable by a curvature bending applied on the flexible polyethylene terephthalate substrate underneath, thereby creating a unique light source which is able to be operated above and below the lasing threshold for desirable spectral emissions.

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