Erratum: “Improved hydrogen detection sensitivity in N-polar GaN Schottky diodes” [Appl. Phys. Lett. 94, 212108 (2009)]

Wang, Yu-Lin; Ren, F.; Zhang, Yu; Sun, Q.; Yerino, C. D.; Ko, T. S.; Cho, Y. S.; Lee, I. H.; Han, J.; Pearton, S. J.
July 2009
Applied Physics Letters;7/6/2009, Vol. 95 Issue 1, p019903
Academic Journal
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A correction to the article "Improved Hydrogen Detection Sensitivity in N-polar GaN Schottky Diodes" that was published online 6 July 2009 is presented.


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