Low temperature growth of polycrystalline indium phosphide

Roy, J. N. ; Basu, S. ; Bose, D. N. (1981) Low temperature growth of polycrystalline indium phosphide Solar Energy Materials, 5 (4). pp. 379-382. ISSN 0165-1633

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A new method for the growth of polycrystalline InP at low temperature (500° C) is reported using iodide formation as an intermediate step. X-ray diffraction studies showed clearly the formation of InP, with grain size 10-20 µm as determined by SEM. The material has also been characterised using resistivity. Hall effect and photovoltage measurements which showed a carrier concentration of 2 × 1016cm-3, electron mobility of 27.9 cm2/V s and a band gap of 1.28 eV at 300 K.

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