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We have studied epitaxial GaN layers grown by hydride vapour phase epitaxy (HVPE) on porous GaN sublayers formed on SiC substrates. It was shown that these layers can be grown with good surface morphology and high crystalline quality. X-ray, Raman and photoluminescent (PL) measurements showed that the stress in the layers grown on porous GaN was reduced to 0.1-0.2 GPa, while the stress in the layers grown directly on 6H-SiC substrates remains at its usual level of about 1 GPa. Thus, we have shown that growth on porous GaN sublayer is a promising method for fabrication of high quality epitaxial layers of GaN with low strain values.
Undoped and Si-doped GaN films were grown by low pressure MOCVD on (0001) sapphire substrates. The angular distribution of the X-ray diffraction corresponding to the (0002), (0004), (100), (200), and (114) reflections has been measured by means of double- and triple -crystal diffractometry with Mo Kα1 and Cu Kα1 radiation under conditions of symmetrical and asymmetrical Bragg- and Laue-geometry. In our experiments a non-coplanar geometry was also applied. On the basis of the performed studies, five independent components of the tensor of microdistortion were evaluated and the average grain-size in two directions was determined. The type, position, and density of dislocations were established as well. The role of dislocations in strain relaxation and their influence on the optical and electrical properties are discussed.
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