Study on channel deformation in the GaAlAs/GaAs V-channeled substrate inner stripe lasers:

Song Jae Lee; Jae-Kyung Song
September 1992
Applied Physics Letters;9/28/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 13, p1507
Academic Journal
Examines the channel deformation in GaAlAs/GaAs V-channeled substrate inner stripe lasers. Mechanism for the deformation of chemically etched V-channel; Comparison of the channel deformation role of melt etch and mass transport; Dependence of the deformation mechanisms on the sample surface hardening.


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