Indium arsenide nanowires are grown directly on silicon substrates (see figure and cover) using a method employing self-assembled organic coatings to create oxide-based growth templates. High-performance materials, such as InAs, could have great impact on future nanoelectronics if integrated with Si, but integration has so far been hard to realize with other methods.
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