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Mechanisms of GaAsN growth: Surface and step-edge diffusion
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10.1063/1.2719275
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RHEED patterns collected along the and axes: streaky pattern during GaAs buffer growth at 580 °C [(a),(b)]; GaAsN film growth: streaky pattern at 400 °C [(c),(d)], spotty pattern at 460 °C [(e),(f)], slightly spotty pattern at 520 °C [(g),(h)], and streaky pattern at 580 °C [(i),(j)].

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Representative AFM images of GaAsN films grown at (a) 400 °C, (b) 460 °C, (c) 550 °C, and (d) 580 °C. The gray-scale ranges displayed are (a) 5 nm, (b) 200 nm, (c) 20 nm, and (d) 10 nm.

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(Color online) Surface reconstructions observed during growth of GaAsN films: growth rate vs substrate temperature for (a) BEP ratio ; (b) BEP ratio ; and (c) BEP ratio . Solid (open) symbols denote 500 nm (10–100 nm) thick GaAsN films. The shaded regions indicate the conditions which lead to significant surface roughness, referred to as the “forbidden window.”

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Schematic illustration of the critical island size, , for which the ES barrier leads to the nucleation of additional layers on top of the first-floor island. In (a), the island separation, , is less than , and islands coalesce together while remaining one monolayer in thickness, resulting in layer-by-layer growth. In (b), for , islands grow sufficiently large before coalescence, and new layers nucleate on top of the island, leading to multilayer growth.

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(Color online) Large-scale STM images of 500 nm GaAs buffer grown using (a) and (b) , and high-resolution STM images of GaAs buffer grown using (c) and (d) , The color ranges displayed are (a) 1.8 nm, (b) 1.1 nm, (c) 1.3 nm, and (d) 1.7 nm.

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(Color online) High-resolution STM images of 0.1 nm GaAsN grown at (a) 400 °C with , (b) 400 °C with , and (c) 607 °C with . The color ranges displayed are (a) 0.4 nm, (b) 1.5 nm, and (c) 2.3 nm. In each image, islands domains are indicated by arrows.

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Scitation: Mechanisms of GaAsN growth: Surface and step-edge diffusion
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/101/8/10.1063/1.2719275
10.1063/1.2719275
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