MedeA® Application Notes for Display & Lighting

The physics and chemistry of materials containing defects is of great interest in areas such as semiconductors, metal alloys and compounds, magnetic systems and optical materials.
Destabilizing or stabilizing crystalline bulk systems, surfaces and interfaces through additives is a common technique, for example recent research into complex hydrides aims to tune the kinetics of the adsorption/desorption changing the stoichiometry and composition of the base materials.

Building and Analyzing Indium defects in GaAs