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Morphological stability of the Stranski-Krastanow systems under an electric field
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20.The critical thickness depends on whether the island formation mechanism is surface undulation or nucleation. The result based on the surface undulation mechanism is called the second critical thickness (Ref. 26).
21.Equation (5) gives for the case, where , , , , , , , and For comparison, the simulation for the morphological evolution of the system yields when the evolution reaches the steady state.
22.When , given by Eq. (5) has the same sign as . In such a case, is maximum at , meaning is not the equilibrium amplitude when .
27.The height between the peaks and the valleys of the electrode pattern is taken to be , the size of the calculation cell is , and the height of the induced equilibrium film profile is .
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