Effects of substrate treatment and growth conditions on structure, morphology, and luminescence of homoepitaxial ZnTe deposited by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy

@inproceedings{Traversa2004EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of substrate treatment and growth conditions on structure, morphology, and luminescence of homoepitaxial ZnTe deposited by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy},
  author={Maria Lyra Traversa and Nico Lovergine and P. S.C. Pret{\'e} and Kenji Technical Resear Yoshino and T. Di Luccio and Giusy Scalia and Marzia Pentimalli and Leander Tapfer and Piero Armando Pereda Morales and Anna Maria Mancini},
  year={2004}
}
The structure, morphology, and luminescence of homoepitaxial ZnTe layers grown by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy on (100)ZnTe:P wafers are reported as function of substrate surface treatment and growth conditions. Epilayers grown on substrates in situ H2 treated at temperatures above 240 °C exhibit long range crystalline perfection comparable to the substrate, but their structure rapidly degrades at lower temperatures, an effect ascribed to the incomplete removal of native oxides from the… CONTINUE READING

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