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When you reach a certain critical thickness of the wetting layer begin to form misfit dislocations. After the formation of dislocations epitaxial layer increases with the lattice constant of the deposited material. For this mechanism the critical thickness of the wetting layer is greater than one monolayer. Quantum dots are formed (ε0>2%), and the growth of heterostructures made of layer by layer mechanism (layer-by-layer growth). For very large values of the error made by the mechanism of the growth of the VolmerWeber.
The angle of refraction θ2 related to the angle of incidence θ1  sin θ1 n2 VΦ1 = = = n21 (15) sin θ2 n1 VΦ 2 n1, n2, VΦ1, VΦ2 – refractive indices and phase velocity, respectively in contiguous media. From (15) follows θ 2 = arcsin ( n1 sin θ1 ) = arcsin (n12 sin θ1 ) (16) n2 Theoretical Bases of Non-Contact Measurements 35 It is known  that the angles of incidence (θ1< 15°) reflection coefficient is practically independent of the polarization of the electromagnetic wave and the angle of incidence and can be approximately defined by the formula deriving from Eqs.
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