United States Patent 3,484,312
December 16, 1969

Method For Forming Alloy Contacts To Gallium Arsenide
Felix Ermanis
Bertram Schwartz

Filed December 28, 1966
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Abstract of the Disclosure

Alloy contacts are formed upon gallium arsenide by coating the contact region with a divalent chloride or bromide of tin or lead and heating the resultant coating for a time period sufficient to decompose the chloride or bromide and to effect alloying of free metal with the gallium arsenide.
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2,887,416 05/1959 van Amstel 3,390,024 06/1968 Stein
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