Experimental and theoretical mobility of electrons in δ-doped GaAs

Gillman, G.; Vinter, B.; Barbier, E.; Tardella, A.
March 1988
Applied Physics Letters;3/21/1988, Vol. 52 Issue 12, p972
Academic Journal
We have prepared and measured the mobility of several samples of planar-doped GaAs. A maximum electron density of 2.7×1013 cm-2 has been obtained. Calculations of the mobility in a complete quasi-two-dimensional description are presented and compared with the measured results. Qualitatively, all features in the mobility are reproduced; the quantitative comparison may indicate that compensation effects play a role.


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