Abstract

Several optical techniques have been used to study defect structures in cadmium sulfide and cadmium selenide. The results are compared with corresponding and ancillary electron optical work. A discussion of the etching characteristics of these materials is given. The results suggest coherent phase precipitation in copper-doped samples and support Gilman’s explanation of etch step generation.

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