Abstract

The difficulty of T-shaped quantum wires (T- QWRs) and lasers1 formed by the cleaved-edge overgrowth (CEO) method,2 the two-step- growth method combined by in-situ cleavage, with molecular beam epitaxy lies in the growth of high-quality layers on (110) cleaved surfaces.

© 2000 Optical Society of America

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