Arsenic dimers and multilayers on (001)GaAs surfaces in atmospheric pressure organometallic

Kamiya, Itaru; Tanaka, H.
March 1992
Applied Physics Letters;3/9/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 10, p1238
Academic Journal
Examines the existence of arsenic dimers and multilayers on (001)gallium arsenide (GaAs) surface under organometallic chemical vapor deposition (OMCVD). Achievement of reflectance-difference spectra from the surfaces; Attainment of (2X4)- and c(4X4)-like surface terminations on (001)GaAs; Implications for OMCVD growth.


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