ROLE OF SURFACE RECONSTRUCTION IN Si AND Ge MBE ON Si.

H. J. Gossmann, Leonard C Feldman

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Abstract

The initial stages of interface formation are critical to the successful molecular beam epitaxial growth of semiconductor structures. The initial step involves the deposition of semiconductor material onto a reconstructed surface, where atomic positions can be very different from the 'bulk-like' configuration. Under the proper conditions this reconstructed surface 'reorders' giving rise to a well-ordered interface. The authors report measurements of this reordering phenomena as a function of temperature for Ge ans Si epitaxy on Si(100) and Si(111).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationElectrochemical Society Extended Abstracts
PublisherElectrochemical Soc
Pages209-210
Number of pages2
Volume85-1
Publication statusPublished - 1985

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Surface reconstruction
Epitaxial growth
Molecular beam epitaxy
Semiconductor materials
Molecular beams
Temperature

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Gossmann, H. J., & Feldman, L. C. (1985). ROLE OF SURFACE RECONSTRUCTION IN Si AND Ge MBE ON Si. In Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts (Vol. 85-1, pp. 209-210). Electrochemical Soc.

ROLE OF SURFACE RECONSTRUCTION IN Si AND Ge MBE ON Si. / Gossmann, H. J.; Feldman, Leonard C.

Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts. Vol. 85-1 Electrochemical Soc, 1985. p. 209-210.

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Gossmann, HJ & Feldman, LC 1985, ROLE OF SURFACE RECONSTRUCTION IN Si AND Ge MBE ON Si. in Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts. vol. 85-1, Electrochemical Soc, pp. 209-210.
Gossmann HJ, Feldman LC. ROLE OF SURFACE RECONSTRUCTION IN Si AND Ge MBE ON Si. In Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts. Vol. 85-1. Electrochemical Soc. 1985. p. 209-210
Gossmann, H. J. ; Feldman, Leonard C. / ROLE OF SURFACE RECONSTRUCTION IN Si AND Ge MBE ON Si. Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts. Vol. 85-1 Electrochemical Soc, 1985. pp. 209-210
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