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See Fig. 7(c). This indicates a fiber texture with only a preferred out-of-plane orientation but no preferred in-plane orientation. Therefore, it is crucial to have a biaxial layer to induce the epitaxial Ge film. The angular misorientation between adjacent grains and the grain boundary structure in Ge film can be obtained using high resolution TEM imaging. Figure 9(a) shows a high-resolution TEM image of such a grain boundary (red dashed line) in Ge film. Fig. 9(b) shows a grain Advanced Ceramic Coatings and Materials for Extreme Environments III • 39 Dynamic Oblique Angle Deposition of Nanostructures for Energy Applications misorientation of -2°.
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These buffer layers are used to grow biaxially oriented semiconductor films such as Ge and CdTe by physical vapor deposition and metalorganic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD), respectively at a temperature below the glass melting temperature of -600 °C. Our experiments showed that the optimum growth temperature of Ge and CdTe on CaF2 buffer layer is <450 °C. For other semiconductors such as Si, one would require a temperature higher than or close to the glass melting temperature for biaxial growth.