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By Richard C. Alkire, Dieter M. Kolb, Heinz Gerischer, Charles W. Tobias

Like its predecessors, quantity 3 of this in the meantime well-established sequence covers chosen subject matters from electrochemical technological know-how and its purposes. The authors were conscientiously chosen one of the leaders within the respective fields. Their authoritative and complete contributions characterize the most recent state of the art. distinct cognizance is paid to contemporary advancements, that are seriously and punctiliously mentioned. every one contribution of the current quantity keeps the excessive criteria of this sequence. This new sequence has been warmly welcomed through scientists world-wide, that's mirrored through the subsequent overview of the second one quantity: 'All the contributions during this quantity are good as much as the traditional of this glorious sequence and should be of serious price to electrochemists... The editors back should be congratulated in this fantastic number of reviews.' magazine of Electroanalytical Chemistry and Interfacial Chemistry

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Secondly, from etching rate measurements performed under different conditions of electrode polarization, it follows that cathodic polarization does not impede the etching of p-Gap, which is in agreement with a chemical mechanism. The electrochemical reduction of Br, occurs via reactions (62) and (56) (photocurrent doubling at p-GaP [72]) : Br, Br' + e- Br' + Br--+ Br- + h + --+ and competes with the etching of GaP by Br, when sufficient electrons are available at the surface. Fig. 17 shows that under cathodic polarization, the chemical etching of ( T i i ) n-GaP is almost completely suppressed by the cathodic reduction of Br,.

Electrochemistry of III-V Compound Semiconductors 45 can likewise be attributed to a lower hole capture reactivity, so that holes at the (111)face have more chance to move parallelly to the surface and hence to react selectively at reactive sites [31]. The typical morphology of the starlike pits is not fully understood yet, but the fact that this morphology only develops at photoanodically etched n-type surfaces indicates a possible effect of non-uniform hole flow towards the surface. Similar etch pits have been reported for n-GaAs [99-1011, also without a satisfactory explanation.

A) The limiting anodic excitation current density i, as a function of the hole injection current density i, measured at an n-GaAs/Ce4+ electrode in different aqueous electrolytes. 01 mol . 1-l Ce(SO,), + 4 mol . 1-l HZSO,. 01 mol . 5 mol . 1-1 H,SO,. 025 mol . 1-1 Ce(SO,), + 2 mol . 5 mol . 1-i LiCl. @) The limiting anodic excitation current density i, as a function of a square root of the hole injection current density i, measured at an n-GaAs/Ce4+ electrode in different aqueous electrolytes.

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