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The wire bonding is usually carried out by either the thermocompression or the ultrasonic bonding technique (Fogiel, 1968). , 1972; Dale, 1966) for producing such layers. However, it has been observed that it is difficult to produce by these techniques uniform layers that are less than a few tenths of a micron in thickness. , 1979; Barnes and Cho, 1978) can be used for growing such buffer layers and it may be possible, in the future, to do away with the subsequent alloying in some particular cases.