Understanding the growth and composition evolution of gold-seeded ternary InGaAs nanowires
InGaAs nanowires offer great promise in fundamental studies of ternary compound semiconductors with variable composition and opens up a wide range of applications due to their bandgap tunability and high carrier mobility. Here, we report a study on the growth of Au-seeded InGaAs nanowires by metal-organic vapour phase epitaxy and present a model to explain the mechanisms that govern the growth and composition evolution in ternary III-V nanowires. The model allows us to further understand the...[Show more]
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