TITLE

Photoreflectance of GaAs and Ga0.82Al0.18As at elevated temperatures up to 600 °C

AUTHOR(S)
Shen, H.; Pan, S. H.; Hang, Z.; Leng, Jing; Pollak, Fred H.; Woodall, J. M.; Sacks, R. N.
PUB. DATE
September 1988
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;9/19/1988, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p1080
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We report a modulation spectroscopy experiment on GaAs and Ga0.82Al0.18As at elevated temperatures. Using the contactless electromodulation method of photoreflectance, the direct gaps (E0) of these materials have been observed from 77 K to 600 °C. The latter temperature is comparable to molecular beam expitaxy, metalorganic chemical vapor deposition, growth temperatures, etc. Our results are at the highest temperature yet reported for E0 (GaAs) in a reflectance experiment and the first observation of E0 (Ga1-xAlxAs) at elevated temperatures. From the latter, the Varshni coefficients [Physica 34, 149 (1967)] for Ga0.82Al0.18As were determined.
ACCESSION #
9828136

 

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