Vacancy generation resulting from electrical ...
|Title||Vacancy generation resulting from electrical deactivation of arsenic|
|Author(s)||Derek W. Lawther, U. Myler, P. J. Simpson, P. M. Rousseau, P. B. Griffin, J. D. Plummer|
|Journal||Applied Physics Letters|
|Abstract||Electrical deactivation of arsenic in highly doped silicon has been studied using the positron-beam technique. Direct experimental evidence linking the formation of arsenic-vacancy complexes (i.e., As-n-v) to the deactivation process is reported. The average number of arsenic atoms per complex, (n) over bar>2, was determined by comparing the observed complex concentrations with those of the deactivated arsenic inferred from Hall-effect measurements. (C) 1995 American Institute of Physics.|
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