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Lattice defects in semiconductors, 1974

Invited and contributed papers from the International Conference on Lattice Defects in Semiconductors held in ... series - Institute of Physics ; no. 23)

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Published by Institute of Physics .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Defects,
  • Semiconductors

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages599
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8300251M
    ISBN 100854981136
    ISBN 109780854981137

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Lattice defects in semiconductors, invited and contributed papers from the International Conference on Lattice Defects in Semiconductors held in Freiburg, July Issue 23 of Conference Series, American Institute of Physics: Authors: F. Huntley, International Conference on Latt: Contributors.

The nine invited reviews occupy over a quarter of the book. They are almost uniformly of very high standard, blending o precif earliesr work with developments since Their bia iss towards point defect in thse elemental semiconductors Si an,d Ge, but extended defects (eg dislocations), III-V compounds, ion implantation and defect migra-Author: R Heckingbottom.

Conference Series No Lattice Defects in Semiconductors invited and contributed papers from the International Conference held in Freiburg, 22–25 July R Heckingbottom.

Physics Bulletin, Vol Number 11Author: R Heckingbottom. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. In 8 libraries.

xii, p.: ill. ; 24 cm. Semiconductors -- Defects -- Congresses. Lattice defects in semiconductors, invited and contributed papers from the International Conference on Lattice Defects in Semiconductors held in Freiburg, July Lattice Defects of Semiconductors Hardcover – Novem by Ryukiti R.

Hasiguti (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Ryukiti R. Hasiguti. In book: THEORY OF DEFECTS IN SEMICONDUCTORS, pp Cite this publication Feb ; PHYS REV B; A. Baldereschi The effects of lattice isotope substitution on band states and on point.

The subject of this book is the investigation of lattice imperfections in semiconductors by means of positron annihilation. A comprehensive review is given of the different positron techniques, whose application to various kinds of defects, e.g.

vacancies, impurity-vacancy complexes and. Characterisation and Control of Defects in Semiconductors Understanding the formation and introduction mechanisms of defects in semiconductors is essential to understanding their properties. Although many defect-related problems have been identified and solved over the past 60 years of semiconductor research, the quest for faster, cheaper, lower power, and new kinds of electronics.

defects, when they replace an intended atom at a lattice position, or interstitial impurities [4]. Figure 1 provides examples for four of the previously stated defects. Fig 1. Common point defects in semiconductors. Substitutional and interstitial defects involve a separate Area defects are thought of as extended point defects,File Size: 68KB.

Introduction The intrinsic defects in a II-VI compound semi- conductor are lattice vacancies and host interstitials associated with the metal and chalcogenide sublat- tices. Antisites, which are important in III-Vs, should be considerably less important because of the larger chemical differences between the constituents on the II-VI by: Abstract.

Lattice defects have been studied by EPR more thoroughly in silicon than in any other semiconductor material. As a result, these lectures will tend to concentrate in large measure on the results found in this by: Lattice defects in semiconductors, invited and contributed papers from the International Conference on Lattice Defects in Semiconductors held in Freiburg, July Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

Lattice Relaxation Effects on Deep Defects in Semiconductors: Lattice Dynamics and Semiconductor Physics: Festchrift for Professor Kun Huang. Edited by XIA J B ET AL.

Published by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., DOI: /_ Bibliographic Code: : Abstract The following sections are. An analysis is presented for obtaining spatial depth profiles of electronic defects in semiconductors from deep‐level spectroscopic measurements performed in the constant‐capacitance mode.

Combined with the double‐correlation technique proposed by Lefevre and Schulz, the new method offers significant advantages for measuring defect profiles. Deep‐level transient spectroscopy (DLTS Cited by: Equilibrium defects are lattice defects whose existence is thermodynamically guaranteed by the finite non-zero temperature of the lattice.

These defects are. Lattice defects in the films can be reduced by increased substrate heating during deposition or controlled concurrent ion bombardment during deposition. Lattice defects in the film can affect the electrical conductivity and electromigration in metallic films, and carrier mobility and lifetime in semiconductor materials.

Lattice defects in semiconductors. Tokyo, University of Tokyo Press; University Park, Pennsylvania State University Press [©] (OCoLC) Online version: International Symposium on Lattice Defects in Semiconductors ( Tokyo, Japan). Lattice defects in semiconductors. Title: Lattice defects in III-V semiconductors: Authors: Louis, E.; Vergés, J.

Affiliation: AA(Departamento de Metalurgia Física, Investigación y Desarrollo Productos, Empresa Nacional del Aluminio Sociedad Anonima, Alicante, Spain), AB(Departamento de Fisíca del Estado Sólido and Instituto de Física del Estado Sólido, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Universidad.

The Crystal Lattice: Phonons, Solitons, Dislocations, Superlattices, Second The aim of this successful book is to describe and analyse peculiarities of classical and quantum dynamics of a crystal as a spatially periodic structure.

It is shown that the crystal properties are sensitive to the dimension of the crystal and its defect. The talk gives a brief introduction to the large lattice relaxation (LLR) phenomena in solids with main emphasis given to the deep levels in semiconductors, and effects caused by a charge exchange.

Antisite defects are a particular form of substitution defect, and are unique to compound semiconductors. An antisite defect occurs when a cation is misplaced on an anion lattice site or vice versa (Figure \(\PageIndex{13}\) g and h).Dependant on the arrangement these are designated as either AB antisite defects or BA antisite defects.Instead, the energy is dissipated as heat in the semiconductor crystal effects are to be avoided if possible.

In practice, there are two general non radiative mechanisms for carriers: 1. non radiative recombination centers, such as point defects, surfaces and .on Si. Since the lattice mismatch is small (all around Ǻ) and the crystal structures are similar, interfaces are remarkably defect free.

– Fe on GaAs is similarly possible since the lattice size of Fe is about half of GaAs. – The lattice constants of Al and Ag are ~1/√2 of GaAs. In this case the crystal orientation of the film is File Size: KB.