New Insights into the Origins of Sb-Induced Effects on Self-Catalyzed GaAsSb Nanowire Arrays.

@article{Ren2016NewII,
  title={New Insights into the Origins of Sb-Induced Effects on Self-Catalyzed GaAsSb Nanowire Arrays.},
  author={Dingding Ren and D. Dheeraj and Chengjun Jin and Julie S Nilsen and Junghwan Huh and Johannes F Reinertsen and A Mazid Munshi and Anders Gustafsson and A T J van Helvoort and Helge Weman and B. O. Fimland},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={1201-9}
}
Ternary semiconductor nanowire arrays enable scalable fabrication of nano-optoelectronic devices with tunable bandgap. However, the lack of insight into the effects of the incorporation of Vy element results in lack of control on the growth of ternary III-V(1-y)Vy nanowires and hinders the development of high-performance nanowire devices based on such ternaries. Here, we report on the origins of Sb-induced effects affecting the morphology and crystal structure of self-catalyzed GaAsSb nanowire… CONTINUE READING
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