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In addition, the TLEC facilitated solution exchange, central to studies of EC-ALE. One solution can be ¯ushed out, and another rinsed in in a second, without exposing the deposit to air. The TLEC was used to determine the potentials needed to form atomic layers of the elements on the substrate. Following the co-deposition work of Kroger et al. , and many others, acidic solutions of HTeO 2 were initially used [73, 74]. At that time, it was assumed that if Cd was deposited by reductive UPD, Te should be deposited using oxidative UPD, from a solution of H2 Te or a related telluride species.
The range of compounds accessible by EC-ALE is not clear. The majority of work has been performed on II±VI compounds (Table 1). The III±V compounds InAs and InSb have recently been formed, and the ®rst deposits of a III±VI compound, InSe, have been made . In addition, Shannon et al. have begun studies of CoSb3  with the intent of forming thermoelectric materials. Initially, EC-ALE was developed on the principle that reductive UPD of a metal and oxidative UPD of a main group element were required to form a working cycle.
0 V (Figure 9B) in order to avoid bulk deposition. 6 V. Cd atomic layers, however, will strip during the Te deposition step. 5 V, where the Cd remains stable, but some bulk Te is formed along with the Te UPD : 0 À 2HTeO 2 6H 8e 6 Te Te UPD 4H2 OX 4 The trick is that bulk Te (Te 0 ), can be stripped at a more negative potential in a supporting electrolyte (blank) solution. In this way, only Te UPD is left, due to stabilization by bonding with previously deposited Cd, forming CdTe: Te 0 Te UPD 2H 2eÀ 6 Te UPD H2 TeX 5 Equations 4 and 5 together have essentially the same result as Equation 3, oxidative UPD or the formation of a Te atomic layer.