Caywood, J. M. and Fern, A. M. and McCaldin, J. O. and Ottaviani, G. (1972) Solid-Phase Growth of Ge from Evaporated Al Layer. Applied Physics Letters, 20 (8). pp. 326-327. ISSN 0003-6951 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:CAYapl72
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Solid Al was used as a medium from which to grow Ge onto a substrate of crystalline Ge. Evidence for growth was obtained from MeV He+ backscattering, which showed both Ge dissolution and growth can occur at the Ge/Al interface. Backscattering experiments also indicated transport from evaporated Ge through the Al medium to a crystalline Ge substrate. Diodes formed by temperature cycling a structure of n-type Ge/Al showed hole injection into the substrate during reverse-recovery-time measurements, confirming the expectation that Ge growth is present and is heavily p type from incorporation of the Al solvent during growth.
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