Optical properties of serpentine superlattices on GaAs vicinal substrates for quantum wire laser

Jong Chang Yi; Dagli, Nadir
July 1992
Applied Physics Letters;7/13/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p219
Academic Journal
Investigates the optical properties of serpentine superlattices (SSL) on gallium arsenide vicinal substrates. Examination of the natures miniband structure intermixing; Investigation of the effects of imperfect aluminum segregation between gallium arsenide wires and aluminum gallium arsenide barriers; Presentation of the SSL cross-sectional profile.


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