Epitaxial growth of cadmium sulfide layers on indium phosphide from aqueous ammonia solutions

Lincot, Daniel; Ortega-Borges, Raul; Froment, Michel
January 1994
Applied Physics Letters;1/31/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p569
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the epitaxial growth of cadmium sulfide layers on indium phosphide monocrystals using chemical deposition from ammonia-thiourea aqueous solutions. Use of electron diffraction techniques to determine epitaxial relations; Link between temperature and epitaxy; Temperature range of operation.


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