Kinetic pattern formation of Gd-silicide films in lateral growth geometry

Molnar, G.; Peto, G.
March 1994
Applied Physics Letters;3/28/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 13, p1679
Academic Journal
Describes the formation of gadolinium (Gd)-silicide films in lateral growth geometry. Demonstration of a pattern formation in the shape of the interface between Gd and Gd silicide; Presence of a self-similarity feature in the pattern formation; Modification of growth by the defects of the metal film.


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