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Pulsed Laser Annealing of GaAs: A Comparison Between Calculation and Experiment
Results from a thermal melting model for pulsed laser annealing of GaAs are presented and compared with laser dissociation measurements made as a function of absorbed laser energy.
KeywordsRuby Laser Laser Annealing GaAs Sample Vapour Pressure Data Thermal Melting
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