Ge[sub 0.2]Si[sub 0.8]/Si Bragg-reflector mirrors for optoelectronic device applications

Kuchibhotla, Ravi; Campbell, Joe C.; Bean, John C.; Peticolas, Larry; Hull, Robert
May 1993
Applied Physics Letters;5/3/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 18, p2215
Academic Journal
Details the fabrication of Ge[sub 0.2]Si[sub 0.8]/Si Bragg-reflector mirrors for optoelectronic device applications. Production of misfit dislocations in the thick mirror stacks; Determination of the reflectivity of the mirror; Feasibility of operation in resonant cavity mode.


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