TITLE

Selective metal electrodeposition through doping modulation of semiconductor surfaces

AUTHOR(S)
Scheck, Christian; Evans, Paul; Schad, Rainer; Zangari, Giovanni; Sorba, Lucia; Biasiol, Giorgio; Heun, Stefan
PUB. DATE
March 2005
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;3/28/2005, Vol. 86 Issue 13, p133108
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We demonstrate selective electrodeposition of magnetic layers on doped semiconductors resulting in a self-aligned pattern which replicates the doping pattern in the semiconductor surface. A Schottky barrier forms at the interface between a semiconductor substrate and the electrolyte, which upon application of a cathodic potential is biased in the forward (reverse) direction for n- or p-type semiconductors, respectively. Electron transfer from an n-type semiconductor is thus possible, while breakdown of the Schottky barrier would be necessary for deposition on a p-type substrate. The process will thus be spatially selective on a lateral modulation of the substrate doping. As an example we demonstrate the deposition of Co on GaAs.
ACCESSION #
16702305

 

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