Published online by Cambridge University Press: 21 February 2011
RHEED pattern of SiC layers on both (100) and (111)Si grown by carbonization were studied. Different deviations from the single crystalline structure were found ranging from twinning up to changes in the orientation and textured growth. Special attention was drawn on lattice relaxation and morphology evolution during the growth of the formed SiC. Relationships between the occurrence of typical RHEED pattern and the morphology and process parameters are presented.
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