Asymmetric tilt interface induced by 60 degrees misfit dislocation arrays in GaSb/GaAs(001)

Kang, J.M.; Suk-Ki Min
December 1994
Applied Physics Letters;12/5/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 23, p2954
Academic Journal
Investigates the asymmetric tilt interface induced by 60 degrees misfit dislocation arrays in gallium antimonide/gallium arsenide(001). Result of calculations using anisotropic elasticity; Preference for a particular orientation assisting the bending of atomic planes to the free surface; Presence of lower elastic energy in the configuration.


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