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Title: CdS結晶成長におよぽす電場の影響
Other Titles: Effects of an Electrostatic Field on the Growth of CdS Crystals
Authors: 岩永, 浩 / 義家, 敏正 / 山口, 多恵子 / 柴田, 昇
Authors (alternative): Iwanaga, H. / Yoshiie, T. / Yamaguchi, T. / Shibata, N.
Issue Date: Sep-1979
Citation: 長崎大学教養部紀要. 自然科学篇. 1979, 20(1), p.1-14
Abstract: CdS crystals were grown from the vapour under an electrostatic field. When the potential of a central electrode was kept at a value less than minus several tens of volts crystals grew preferentially in the positive polar direction on the central electrode placed in the growth zone, but they grew preferentially in the negative polar direction when the potential was kept at a higher value than that value. These growth features are the same when crystals were grown on the basal plane of a CdS substrate fixed on the central electrode. In addition, in an atmosphere including excess Cd or S atoms, without an electrostatic field, crystals grew preferentially in the plus or minus polar direction. These results suggest that the electrostatic field accelerates the preferential deposition of one of the ionized constituent atoms onto the growth surface and causes a difference in the growth rate between two polar surfaces.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/16515
ISSN: 02871319
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
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