## 2019年4月24日星期三

### Anisotropic interface induced formation of Sb nanowires on GaSb(111)A substrates

The growth of Sb nanowires on GaSb(111)A substrates is studied by in situ azimuthal scan reflection high-energy electron diffraction (ARHEED). Bulk and layer contributions can be distinguished in the ARHEED transmission pattern through the Sb nanowires. The three-dimensional structure of the growing Sb nanowires is identified by post-growth atomic force microscopy (AFM) and x-ray diffraction (XRD). The lattice match of the Sb crystal along the $\langle \bar {2}10\rangle$ and the GaSb crystal along $\langle \bar {1}10\rangle$ directions lead to a preferential orientation of the Sb nanowires. The Sb adsorption and desorption kinetics is studied by thermal desorption spectroscopy.

Source:IOPscience

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