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Highly anisotropic columnar structures in silicon
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1.The presence of (at times unwanted) metallic inclusions in semiconductor crystals has been observed by other workers. For example, H. C. Gorton [J. Electrochem. Soc. 107, 248 (1960)] obtained filaments in an AlSb crystal pulled from a melt containing 0.5 at.% Ta.
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