Fabrication and optical properties of self-assembled InAsSb/InP nanostructures on InP (001) substrate
This article presents a study on the growth and optical properties of self-assembled InAsSb/InP nanostructures on (001) InP substrate, which are potential candidate materials for making mid-infrared lasers. The surfactant effect of Sb atoms is found to play a crucial role in the formation of flat InAsSb quantum dashes with almost identical island width no matter the change of InAsSb deposition thickness. The critical thickness for the transition from two-dimensional plane growth to...[Show more]
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