Epitaxial Growth of III–Nitride/Graphene Heterostructures for Electronic Devices
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Epitaxial GaN films were grown by metal organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) on functionalized epitaxial graphene (EG) using a thin (∼11 nm) conformal AlN nucleation layer. Raman measurements show a graphene 2D peak at 2719 cm-1 after GaN growth. X-ray diffraction analysis reveals -oriented hexagonal GaN with (0002) peak rocking curve full width at the half maximum (FWHM) of 544 arcsec. The FWHM values are similar to reported values for GaN grown by MOCVD on sapphire. The GaN layer has a strong room-temperature photoluminescence band edge emission. Successful demonstration of GaN growth on EG opens up the possibility of III-nitride/graphene heterostructure-based electronic devices and promises improved performance. © 2013 The Japan Society of Applied Physics.
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Nepal, N., Wheeler, V. D., Anderson, T. J., Kub, F. J., Mastro, M. A., Myers-Ward, R. L., ... Jr., C.