Properties of the Semiconducting Compound CdGeP2 in the Crystalline and Glassy States

  • I. I. Tychina
  • V. G. Fedotov
  • I. M. Ivanova


It is shown that the semiconducting compound CdGeP2 may be obtained in either the glassy or the crystalline state by varying the heat-treatment conditions. In glassy CdGeP2, characteristic properties of both semiconductors and glasses are combined. It is suggested that the short-range order structure in glassy CdGeP2 is similar to that in crystalline CdGeP2.


Glassy State Thin Amorphous Film Conchoidal Fracture State Pedagogical Institute Extrinsic Conduc 
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© Consultants Bureau, New York 1972

Authors and Affiliations

  • I. I. Tychina
  • V. G. Fedotov
  • I. M. Ivanova

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