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Anisotropic Electrical Transport and Surface Microstructure in GalnP2

  • D. J. Friedman (a1), S. R. Kurtz (a1), A. E. Kibbler (a1), K. A. Bertness (a1), C. Kramer (a1), R. Matson (a1), D. J. Arent (a1) and J. M. Olson (a1)...

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We show that GaInP2 exhibits a directional anisotropy of the electrical conductivity when grown under the appropriate growth conditions. We relate this anisotropy to the characteristic surface microstructure of the material.

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Anisotropic Electrical Transport and Surface Microstructure in GalnP2

  • D. J. Friedman (a1), S. R. Kurtz (a1), A. E. Kibbler (a1), K. A. Bertness (a1), C. Kramer (a1), R. Matson (a1), D. J. Arent (a1) and J. M. Olson (a1)...

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