Improved Optical and Electrical Characteristics of Free-Standing GaN Substrates by Chemical Polishing Utilizing Photo-Electrochemical Method
The optical and electrical properties of GaN(0001) surfaces treated by a novel chemical polishing method are described. Scanning microscopic photoluminescence images reveal that the polished GaN surface shows improved luminescence properties compared to the untreated surface. Current–voltage measurements of Schottky barriers formed using the GaN substrates show that the polished GaN surface has a lower reverse leakage current, and that the barrier height and ideality factor are improved after the polishing treatment.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: April 1, 2011
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