Electronic Surface Properties of Ionic Insulators.
Final technical rept. 1 Mar 68-31 Dec 74,
PRINCETON UNIV N J DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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The original task of this research was a study of the electronic surface properties of semiconductors and insulators with significant bonding ionicity. More specifically, it was to ascertain the extent to which bonding ionicity dominated surface electronic properties. For example, the surface structural properties of InSb are more like those of ZnS than those of either Ge or Si. One major feature of this research has been the systematic examination of the surface structure of binary II-VI and III-V semiconductors with tetrahedral coordination via low energy electron diffraction LEED and Auger electron spectroscopy AES.
- Solid State Physics