Manganese Distribution and Galvanomagnetic Properties of Delta
-Doped GaAs Structures
We fabricated GaAs structures with single delta
-doped layer by combined technique of MOCVD and pulsed laser deposition. The content of Mn in the delta-layers varied from 0.09 to 0.7 ML. Characterization of the structures was performed by SIMS profile analysis and Hall effect
measurements (10–300 K). Profile investigations revealed a segregation of Mn atoms to surface at the elevated contents of manganese. Galvanomagnetic measurements demonstrated correlation with features of Mn atom profile and presence of anomalous Hall effect at temperatures below 35 K.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2012-04-01
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