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Holloway and J. N. Walpole devices in which the unique properties of thin films are exploited. Heterostructure optical waveguides are described briefly followed by a review of diode laser results obtained by MBE and the hot-wall technique. These results are for thin-film PbTe lasers grown on BaF 2 and for a variety of devices grown on I-VI substreates including single hetero structure, double heterostructure, homostrueture, and distributed feedback lasers. 1. INTRODUCTION The first major application of the IV-VI semiconductors was the use of PbS layers as infrared-sensitive photoconductors in the 1940 f s.