Strain effects on the spectra of spontaneously ordered Ga[sub x]In[sub 1-x]P

Su-Huai Wei; Zunger, Alex
February 1994
Applied Physics Letters;2/7/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p757
Academic Journal
Examines CuPt-like ordering in GaInP lattice matched to GaAs substrate. Impact of surface reconstruction-induced ordering on band gap; Effects of pure misfit strain on valence-band splitting; Direction of chemical ordering in spontaneously ordered alloys.


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