Van der Waals bonding of GaAs on Pd leads to a permanent, solid-phase-topotaxial, metallurgical

Yablonovitch, E.; Sands, T.; Hwang, D.M.; Scnitzer, I.; Gmitter, T.J.; Shastry, S.K.; Hill, D.S.; Fan, J.C.C.
December 1991
Applied Physics Letters;12/9/1991, Vol. 59 Issue 24, p3159
Academic Journal
Examines the effect of Van der Waals bonding of gallium arsenide on palladium. Creation of a permanent, metallurgical bond; Occurrence of low temperature solid-phase-topotaxial reaction; Characterization of the resulting metallurgy bond.


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