•GaSb p–i–n diodes were grown on Si and GaAs using interfacial misfit (IMF) arrays.
•Transmission electron microscopy images revealed arrays of 90° misfit dislocations.
•Threading dislocation densities of around View the MathML source were found in each case.
•Lower dark currents and higher quantum efficiency was found for growth on GaAs.
GaSb p–i–n photodiodes were grown on GaAs and Si, using interfacial misfit arrays, and on native GaSb. For the samples grown on GaAs and Si, high-resolution transmission electron microscopy images revealed interface atomic periodicities in agreement with atomistic modeling. Surface defect densities of ~View the MathML source were measured for both samples. Atomic force microscopy scans revealed surface roughnesses of around 1.6 nm, compared with 0.5 nm for the sample grown on native GaSb. Dark current and spectral response measurements were used to study the electrical and optoelectronic properties of all three samples.
A1 Atomic force microscopy; A1 Defects; A1 High-resolution X-ray diffraction; A1 Interfaces; A3 Molecular beam epitaxy; B1 Antimonides
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