By far, the largest thermally stimulated current trap in molecular beam epitaxial GaAs grown at 200–250 °C is T5, with an activation energy of 0.27 eV and most likely related to VGa. After an anneal at 300–350 °C, another trap T6☒ appears, with an activation energy of 0.14 eV and closely identified with VAs or the complex, VAs‐AsGa. Proposed defect reactions in this As‐rich material include VGa+AsAs→VAs‐AsGa, and VGa+AsGa→VGa‐AsGa.
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