Comment on 'Optical characterization of submonolayer and monolayer InAs structures grown in a

Laruelle, F.; Bloch, J.I.
January 1995
Applied Physics Letters;1/2/1995, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p111
Academic Journal
Comments on an article regarding optical characterization of submonolayer and monolayer of InAs structures grown in a gallium arsenide matrix on (100) and high index surfaces. Optical properties of thin InGaAs alloy layers; Comparison between the linear and circular polarization spectra; Preparation of layers by submonolayer molecular beam epitaxy.


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