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AbstractDilute nitride and antimony GaNAsSb alloy can be considered as an alloy formed by adding N and Sb atoms into the host material GaAs. Under this condition, its band gap energy depending on pressure can be divided into two regions. In the low pressure range, the band gap energy is due to two factors. One is the coupling interaction between the N level and the Γ conduction band minimum (CBM) of GaAs. The other one is the coupling interaction between the Sb level and the Γ valence banddoi:10.2478/msp-2020-0028 fatcat:z7i5pqx2zrc3rpxkom4ktpmcae