Epitaxial MgO on GaAs(111) as a buffer layer for z-cut epitaxial

Fork, D.K.; Anderson, G.B.
August 1993
Applied Physics Letters;8/23/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p1029
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the epitaxial magnesium oxide on gallium arsenide (111) as a buffer layer for z-cut epitaxial lithium niobate. Implications of in-plane epitaxial relationships for lithium niobate boundaries; Usefulness of the epitaxial system for monolithic electro-optic applications; Indication of lithium deficiency through x-ray measurements.


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