Site-controlled growth of InP/GaInP2 quantum dots has been demonstrated by means of selective epitaxy technique realized with a SiO2 mask and e-beam lithography. Critical influence of the growth temperature on QD formation in the selective epitaxy has been demonstrated. Role of SiO2 deposition technique on the selective epitaxy of QD’s has been established.

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