LASER SYNTHESIZED INDIUM SELENIDES: CORRELATION BETWEEN FILM PROPERTIES AND PROCESSING LASER POWER DENSITY.

T. Szorenyi, K. Bali, G. Radnoczi, L. D. Laude

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Abstract

Optical spectroscopy and TEM analysis of laser synthesized indium selenide thin films show that the sandwich structures processed at relatively low power densities are not transformed homogeneously throughout the whole depth but an amount of In and Se remains at the bottom and the top, respectively. With increasing processing power density the absorption edges of the compounds synthesized shift towards higher photon energies. High enough irradiation results in high quality homogeneous films of optical parameters close to the single crystal values.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
EditorsD. Baeuerle, K.L. Kompa, L. Laude
PublisherLes Editions de Physique
Pages157-161
Number of pages5
ISBN (Print)2868830404
Publication statusPublished - dec. 1 1986

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Szorenyi, T., Bali, K., Radnoczi, G., & Laude, L. D. (1986). LASER SYNTHESIZED INDIUM SELENIDES: CORRELATION BETWEEN FILM PROPERTIES AND PROCESSING LASER POWER DENSITY. In D. Baeuerle, K. L. Kompa, & L. Laude (Eds.), Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 157-161). Les Editions de Physique.