Auger electron spectroscopy of molecular beam epitaxially grown GaAs surfaces exposed to

Ohno, H.; Goto, S.; Nomura, Y.; Morishita, Y.; Watanabe, A.; Katayama, Y.
May 1993
Applied Physics Letters;5/3/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 18, p2248
Academic Journal
Examines the desorption process of carbon and related species from gallium arsenide surfaces. Use of in situ Auger electron spectroscopy; Exposure of surfaces to trimethylgallium; Decrease of the initial carbon signal intensity.


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