Exponential growth of periodic surface ripples generated in laser-induced etching of GaAs

Kumagai, H.; Toyoda, K.; Machida, H.; Tanaka, S.
December 1991
Applied Physics Letters;12/2/1991, Vol. 59 Issue 23, p2974
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the exponential growth of periodic surface ripples in laser-induced etching of gallium arsenide. Increase of the etched depth of the ripple structure with the rise of the laser irradiation time; Obtainment of a small-signal gain.


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