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Morphology and composition controlled GaxIn1-xSb nanowires: Understanding ternary antimonide growth

Ghalamestani, Sepideh Gorji; Ek, Martin; Ghasemi, Masoomeh; Caroff, Philippe; Johansson, Jonas; Dick, Kimberley A.


Antimonide-based nanowires represent an important new class of material with great promise for both fundamental physics studies and various device applications. We report a comprehensive study on understanding the growth behaviour of GaxIn1-xSb nanowires

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Date published: 2014
Type: Journal article
Source: Nanoscale
DOI: 10.1039/c3nr05079c


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