Simulations of crystal growth: Effects of atomic beam energy

Gilmer, George H.; Roland, Christopher
August 1994
Applied Physics Letters;8/15/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p824
Academic Journal
Examines simulated silicon molecular beam epitaxy on (100) and (111) substrates using molecular dynamics. Effect of the kinetic energy on crystalline ordering; Magnitude of temperature required for the formation of a crystalline film; Facilitation of crystallization by transient atomic motion.


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