Crystal growth and properties of scandium nitride

@article{Gu2004CrystalGA,
  title={Crystal growth and properties of scandium nitride},
  author={Z. Gu and J. Edgar and J. Pomeroy and M. Kuball and D. Coffey},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={555-559}
}
  • Z. Gu, J. Edgar, +2 authors D. Coffey
  • Published 2004
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics
ScN crystals were grown on tungsten foil by sublimation–recondensation method in the temperature range of 1840–2060 °C, pressure range of 15–230 Torr under a nitrogen atmosphere. The growth rate increased exponentially with temperature with activation energy of 456.0 KJ/mol, and it was inversely proportional to pressure. The maximum growth rate was 79.292 mg/h at 2060 °C under 25 Torr. Characterization methods confirmed the rock salt crystal structure with a lattice constant of 4.5005 Å. 
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