Schematic of BandiT system, which is mounted with a beveled window to avoid mirror reflection.
Result of temperature calibration. The lower temperature is determined by the melting temperature of indium (156 °C) and higher temperatures are determined by the IR optical pyrometer, which is effective for high-temperature measurement.
(Color online) Diffuse reflectance spectrum of a GaAs substrate (a) without a CdTe film and (b) with a 7.02 μm CdTe film.
(Color online) Temperature oscillation and the theoretical simulation of oscillation at the real temperature of 270 °C. It is worth noting that the real temperature is not the mean value of the oscillation.
Illustration of the diffuse reflection spectrum. The spectrum is divided into three parts according to the optical character. The band edge wavelength is defined by the tangents of the curve.
Thickness measured by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. The two measurements are consistent with each other.
(Color online) Temperature varies with the thickness interference effect on the band edge. It varies 15 °C (6 nm in band edge wavelength), whereas the thickness changes from 6.05 to 6.10 μm.
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