Ga[sub x]In[sub 1-x]P multiple-quantum-wire heterostructures prepared by the strain induced

Chen, A.C.; Moy, A.M.; Pearah, P.J.; Hsieh, K.C.; Cheng, K.Y.
March 1993
Applied Physics Letters;3/22/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 12, p1359
Academic Journal
Examines the in situ growth of multiple quantum wire heterostructures by gas source molecular beam epitaxy. Application of the strain induced lateral ordering process; Growth of short-period lattices on on-axis gallium arsenide substrates; Estimation of the average quantum wire cross section.


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