Iodine doping in mercury cadmium telluride (Hg[sub 1-x]CD[sub x]Te) grown by direct alloy growth

Murakami, S.; Okamoto, T.
August 1993
Applied Physics Letters;8/16/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p899
Academic Journal
Examines the iodine doping of mercury cadmium telluride fabricated by direct alloy growth using metalorganic chemical vapor deposition. Use of isopropyl-iodine as the dopant source; Confirmation of sharp dopant transitions by secondary ion mass spectroscopy measurement; Electron mobility and electrical properties of the layer.


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