When man first started to grow crystals he used the ways already perfected in nature, suspending small ‘seed’ crystals of the required material within a supersaturated solution or flux. Although frequently beautiful, the resulting crystals were small and imperfect, containing inclusions, impurities and stacking faults in the crystal lattice.
KeywordsVapour Phase Epitaxy Reflection High Energy Electron Diffraction Require Material Metalorganic Vapour Phase Epitaxy Temperature Crystal Growth
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