Electron effective masses and mobilities in high-purity 6H-SiC chemical vapor deposition layers

Son, N.T.; Kordina, O.
December 1994
Applied Physics Letters;12/19/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 25, p3209
Academic Journal
Presents a optically detected cyclotron resonance study on high-purity 6 hydrogen-silicon carbide films grown by chemical vapor deposition. Effective mass values, mass anisotropy and carrier mobility of the films; Description of the intensity of the signal; Location of the conduction-band minima at the boundary planes.


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