Compositional variation and ordering of Ga[sub x]In[sub 1-x]P on GaAs structured substrates

Buchnan, N.; Jakubowicz, A.
December 1992
Applied Physics Letters;12/21/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 25, p2996
Academic Journal
Examines the compositional variation and ordering of Ga[sub x]In[sub 1-x]P lattice on gallium arsenide substrates. Use of scanning electron and transmission microscopy, energy dispersive x-ray spectrometry and cathodoluminescence; Display of high deposition rate and gallium content in trench wall; Effect of composition and ordering on the band gap.


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