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      Unstable states of In xAl yGa1-x-yN quaternary alloys

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          Regions of unstable states characterized by the spinodal decomposition of high-Al-content In xAl yGa1-x-yN quaternary alloys lattices matched to the GaN (001) substrate are described. The alloy are represented as strictly regular solutions. In the analysis we take into account the internal deformation and elastic strain energies. The regions of unstable states or ranges of spinodal decomposition considering the compositions 0.06 < x < 0.18 and 0 < y < 0.95 with and without elastic energy are demonstrated up to 580°C. We conclude that high concentrations of aluminum dramatically increased the phase separation temperature.

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          Se describen las regiones de los estados inestables caracterizados por la descomposición espinodal de las aleaciones cuaternarias In xAl yGa1-x-yN con altos contenidos de Al crecidas sobre el substrato de GaN (001). Las aleaciones son representadas como soluciones estrictamente regulares. En el análisis tomamos en cuenta las energías de deformación interna y elástica. Se muestran las regiones de los estados inestables o los rangos de la descomposición espinodal considerando las composiciones de 0.06 < x < 0.18 y 0 < y < 0.95 con y sin la energía elástica hasta 580°C. Concluimos que altas concentraciones de aluminio incrementa dramáticamente la temperatura de separación de fase.

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          Influence of indium and phosphine on Au-catalyzed InP nanowire growth on Si substrates

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            Exciton-related electroluminescence from monolayer MoS2

            Excitons in MoS2 dominate the absorption and emission properties of the two-dimensional system. Here, we study the microscopic origin of the electroluminescence from monolayer MoS2 fabricated on a heavily p-type doped silicon substrate. By comparing the photoluminescence and electroluminescence of a MoS2 diode, direct-exciton and bound-exciton related recombination processes can be identified. Auger recombination of the exciton-exciton annihilation of bound exciton emission is observed under a high electron-hole pair injection rate at room temperature. We expect the direct exciton-exciton annihilation lifetime to exceed the carrier lifetime, due to the absence of any noticeable direct exciton saturation. We believe that our method of electrical injection opens a new route to understand the microscopic nature of the exciton recombination and facilitate the control of valley and spin excitation in MoS2.
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              Weak-link behavior of grain boundaries in superconducting Ba(Fe[sub 1−x]Co[sub x])[sub 2]As[sub 2] bicrystals

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                Contributors
                Role: ND
                Role: ND
                Journal
                rmf
                Revista mexicana de física
                Rev. mex. fis.
                Sociedad Mexicana de Física (México )
                0035-001X
                April 2010
                : 56
                : 2
                : 132-134
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Instituto Politécnico Nacional Mexico
                S0035-001X2010000200006

                http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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                Product Information: SciELO Mexico
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                Physics, Multidisciplinary

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