A study of Ga+ ion implantation of chemical-vapor-deposited GaN nanowires (NW) was presented. Observation of the defect structures in the irradiated samples suggested agglomeration of point-defect clusters to be the major component of disorder at high fluences. The results showed that dynamic annealing plays an important role in emphasizing the layer-by-layer structure of defect accumulation in the intermediate fluence range.
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- Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)