Growth of PbTe nanowires by molecular beam epitaxy

@article{Schellingerhout2021GrowthOP,
  title={Growth of PbTe nanowires by molecular beam epitaxy},
  author={Sander G. Schellingerhout and Eline J de Jong and M. A. Gomanko and Xin Guan and Yifan Jiang and Max S.M. Hoskam and Jason Jung and Sebastian Koelling and Oussama Moutanabbir and Marcel A. Verheijen and Sergey M. Frolov and Erik P.A.M. Bakkers},
  journal={Materials for Quantum Technology},
  year={2021}
}
Advances in quantum technology may come from the discovery of new materials systems that improve the performance or allow for new functionality in electronic devices. Lead telluride (PbTe) is a member of the group IV-VI materials family that has significant untapped potential for exploration. Due to its high electron mobility, strong spin-orbit coupling and ultrahigh dielectric constant it can host few-electron quantum dots and ballistic quantum wires with opportunities for control of… 

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