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Growth of c-GaN Films on the Nitridated β-Ga2O3 Substrates Using RF-MBE

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Cubic GaN is successfully grown on β-Ga2O3 by molecular beam epitaxy for the first time. Prior nitridation of the (100) β-Ga2O3 single-crystal substrate by exposure to electron cyclotron resonance nitrogen plasma causes the formation of a surficial (001) c-GaN layer, upon which homo-epitaxial growth of c-GaN can be achieved by radio-frequency molecular beam epitaxy. The epitaxial relationship is confirmed by electron microscopy to be (001) c-GaN // (100) β-Ga2O3, [110] c-GaN // [010] β-Ga2O3, and [1-10] c-GaN // [001] β-Ga2O3.

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Growth of c-GaN Films on the Nitridated β-Ga2O3 Substrates Using RF-MBE

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