Effect of one monolayer of surface gold atoms on the epitaxial growth of InAs nanowhiskers

Yazawa, M.; Koguchi, M.; Muto, A.; Ozawa, M.; Hiruma, K.
October 1992
Applied Physics Letters;10/26/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 17, p2051
Academic Journal
Examines the epitaxial growth of indium arsenide nanowhiskers on a gold atom deposited substrate. Induction of growth by ultrafine alloy droplets; Fabrication of gallium arsenide substrate by reactive plasma ion etching; Mechanism for the nanowhisker growth on a nanometer scale.


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