Nanocolumns composed of GaAs-InAs jointed whiskers and SiO[sub 2] covers

Yazawa, M.; Haraguchi, K.
August 1994
Applied Physics Letters;8/29/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p1157
Academic Journal
Details the fabrication of dense array of nanocolumns composed of GaAs-InAs jointed whiskers and silicon dioxide covers on indium arsenide substrates. Epitaxial growth of cylindrical nanowhisker using vapor-liquid-solid epitaxy; Photoluminescence of nanocolumns; Protection of the whole surface of the nanowhisker with silicon dioxide thin film.


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