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Structured Materials Industries, Inc. (SMI) reports that it has received an Army Phase I SBIR to investigate and develop an alternative substrate material, Mg2Si, using MOCVD processes to grow the material on Si. HgCdTe (or MCT) is a strategically important Infrared (IR) detector material. MCT is used in many military and civilian applications where highest IR sensitivities are required. MCT however has no readily available economical large area substrate. Mg2Si has potential as an MCT substrate material since it can be grown epitaxially on Si and has a low lattice mismatch with MCT.
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