Galliumarsenide (001)



(2x4) [a, b, g]

(nx6) [(1x6), (2x6), (6x6)]


The surfaces are listed with decreasing arsenic coverage. Only surfaces, that exist under static (non growth-) conditions are shown. Surfaces during growth surfaces are discussed here.

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last change: 12.12.1996

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