Energy transport analysis in a Ga0.84In0.16N/GaN heterostructure using microscopic Raman images employing simultaneous coaxial irradiation of two lasers

Shungo Okamoto, Naomichi Saito, Kotaro Ito, Bei Ma, Ken Morita, Daisuke Iida, Kazuhiro Ohkawa, Yoshihiro Ishitani

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Abstract

Anisotropic heat transport in a Ga0.84In0.16N/GaN-heterostructure on a sapphire substrate is observed from microscopic Raman images obtained by utilizing coaxial irradiation of two laser beams, one for heating (325 nm) in the GaInN layer and the other for signal probing (325 nm or 532 nm). The increase in temperatures of the GaInN layer and the underlying GaN layer is probed by the 325-nm and 532-nm lasers, respectively, by analyzing the shift in the Raman peak energy of the higher energy branch of E2 modes. The result reveals that energy diffuses across a considerable length in the GaInN layer, whereas the energy transport in the perpendicular direction to the GaN layer is blocked in the vicinity of misfit dislocations on the heterointerface. This simultaneous irradiation of two lasers for heat generation and probing is effective in the microscopic analysis of energy transport through heterointerfaces.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)142107
JournalApplied Physics Letters
Volume116
Issue number14
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 9 2020

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