Monocrystalline films of the solid solution AlxGa1−xAs with x=0.3−0.4 were grown on GaP sub-strates. The films have a smoother surface on the (111) B side of the substrate.
The distribution of the composition over the film thickness can be uniform.
A microscopic study of the films in visible transmitted light permits additional information to be obtained about the internal perfection of films of the solid solution.
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Bolkhovityanov, Y.B., Zembatov, K.B. Growth of a solid AlxGa1as solution on gallium phosphide substrates by the liquid epitaxy method. Soviet Physics Journal 17, 421–422 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00893971
- Solid Solution
- Film Thickness
- Microscopic Study
- Transmitted Light