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Modeling of mechanical properties of II-VI materials

This paper reviews some new developments in the theory of alloy correlations, order-disorder transitions, and solidus phase-transition curves. It is argued that semiconductor alloys are never truly random, and the various phenomena that drive deviations from random arrangements are introduced. Likel... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Crystal Growth Vol.86(1-4), pp.15-24
Main Author: Sher, A
Other Authors: Berding, M , van Schilfgaarde, M , Chen, A-B , Patrick, R
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Language: English
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Created: Jan. 1988
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title: Modeling of mechanical properties of II-VI materials
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  • Sher, A
  • Berding, M
  • van Schilfgaarde, M
  • Chen, A-B
  • Patrick, R
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  • Mechanical Properties
  • Semiconductors (Materials)
  • Cadmium Tellurides
  • Mercury Cadmium Tellurides
  • Order-Disorder Transformations
  • Selenium Compounds
  • Vapor Phase Epitaxy
  • Zinc Tellurides
  • Solid-State Physics (Ah)
  • Contract: N00014-85-K-0448
  • F49620-85-C-0023
  • Nas1-18232
ispartof: Journal of Crystal Growth, Vol.86(1-4), pp.15-24
description: This paper reviews some new developments in the theory of alloy correlations, order-disorder transitions, and solidus phase-transition curves. It is argued that semiconductor alloys are never truly random, and the various phenomena that drive deviations from random arrangements are introduced. Likely consequences of correlations on the ability to fine- tune the lattice match of epitaxial layers to substrates, on vacancy formation, on diffusion, and on vapor-phase crystal growth are discussed. Examples are chosen for the alloys Hg(1-x)Cd(x)Te, Hg(1-x)Zn(x)Te, Cd(1- y)Zn(y)Te, and CdSe(1-y)Te(y). (Author)
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