The new JCAP photocathode construct consists of the semiconductor gallium phosphide and a molecular cobalt-containing hydrogen production catalyst from the cobaloxime class of compounds.
What does GaP stand for?
GaP stands for Gallium Phosphide
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has developed two indium gallium phosphide (InGaP) heterojunction bipolar transistors (HBT) for reception systems in satellite digital radios.
So far the Army Signal Corps has built an electronic diode of gallium phosphide which has withstood temperatures seven times higher than those withstood by the now-used silicon and germanium.
Gradually, vertical wires of gallium phosphide grow underneath each gold particle.
Furthermore, Quanlight's simplified manufacturing process employs direct growth on a transparent gallium phosphide (GaP) substrate, eliminating the traditional AlInGaP LED step of removing the epilayer from an opaque substrate and bonding it onto a new transparent substrate.
In the July 10 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, four researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technologyhs Lincoln Laboratory in Lexington led by Zong-Long Liau report making the first arrays of gallium phosphide lenslets.
His areas of expertise include MOCVD epitaxial processing, which is used for LEDs, and Liquid Encapsulated Czochralski (LEC) growth of both gallium phosphide (GaP) and gallium arsenide (GaAs).
In addition to its use in gallium arsenide substrates, gallium is also used for other semiconductor compounds, such as gallium nitride, gallium phosphide, and certain industrial gasses.