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2021 journal article
High n-type conductivity and carrier concentration in Si-implanted homoepitaxial AlN
APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 118(11).
By: M. Breckenridge, P. Bagheri, Q. Guo, B. Sarkar, D. Khachariya, S. Pavlidis, J. Tweedie, R. Kirste ...and 4 other NC State authors, S. Mita, P. Reddy, R. Collazo & Z. Sitar
Self-compensation in heavily Ge doped AlGaN: A comparison to Si doping
APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 118(4).
By: S. Washiyama, K. Mirrielees, P. Bagheri, J. Baker, J. Kim, Q. Guo, R. Kirste, Y. Guan ...and 7 other authors, including 6 NC State authors, M. Breckenridge, A. Klump, P. Reddy, S. Mita, D. Irving, R. Collazo, Z. Sitar
Structural and optical properties of self-assembled AlN nanowires grown on SiO2/Si substrates by molecular beam epitaxy
By: Z. Gacevic, J. Grandal, Q. Guo, R. Kirste, M. Varela, Z. Sitar, M. Sanchez Garcia
2019 journal article
Quasi-phase-matched second harmonic generation of UV light using AlN waveguides
APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 114(10).
By: D. Alden, T. Troha, R. Kirste, S. Mita, Q. Guo, A. Hoffmann, M. Zgonik, R. Collazo, Z. Sitar
The polarization field in Al-rich AlGaN multiple quantum wells
JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, Vol. 58.
By: Q. Guo, R. Kirste, S. Mita, J. Tweedie, P. Reddy, S. Washiyama, M. Breckenridge, R. Collazo, Z. Sitar
2018 journal article
Doping and compensation in Al-rich AlGaN grown on single crystal AlN and sapphire by MOCVD
Applied Physics Letters, 112(6).
By: I. Bryan, Z. Bryan, S. Washiyama, P. Reddy, B. Gaddy, B. Sarkar, M. Breckenridge, Q. Guo ...and 6 other authors, including 3 NC State authors, M. Bobea, J. Tweedie, S. Mita, D. Irving, R. Collazo & Z. Sitar
The influence of point defects on the thermal conductivity of AlN crystals
Journal of Applied Physics, 123(18).
By: R. Rounds, B. Sarkar, D. Alden, Q. Guo, A. Klump, C. Hartmann, T. Nagashima, R. Kirste ...and 5 other authors, including 2 NC State authors, A. Franke, M. Bickermann, Y. Kumagai, Z. Sitar & R. Collazo
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