Raman spectroscopy of C[sub y]Si[sub 1-y] alloys grown by molecular beam epitaxy

Tsang, J.C.; Eberl, K.
August 1992
Applied Physics Letters;8/24/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p961
Academic Journal
Analyzes the carbon (C) local mode in C[sub y]Si[sub 1-y] alloys grown by molecular beam epitaxy. Use of Raman spectroscopy; Comparisons between the Raman spectrum of silicon (Si) in germanium (Ge) and C in Si; Details on the intensity of the infrared absorption; Calculations of the relaxation of the Si lattice around a C atom.


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