Solid Solutions of Indium Arsenide with AII BVI Compounds and Some of Their Properties

  • A. V. Voitsekhovskii
  • V. P. Drobyazko
  • V. K. Mityurev


Extensive regions of homogeneous solid solutions close to indium arsenide were established by physicochemical methods of analysis in the following quaternary systems: InAs-CdS, InAs-CdSe, InAs-CdTe, InAs-ZnS, InAs-ZnSe, InAs-ZnTe. All the melts crystallize in the sphalerite structure and exhibit a linear relationship between the lattice constant and composition. The results are presented of studies of the electrical conductivity, the Hall effect, and the thermoelectric power, and of electron-microscope studies of the cleaved surfaces of the alloys.


Solid Solution Hall Effect Thermoelectric Power Cadmium Telluride Sphalerite Structure 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. V. Voitsekhovskii
  • V. P. Drobyazko
  • V. K. Mityurev

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