{H,P}[sup 0]...{H,P}[sup +] transitions: A new look at donor-hydrogen pairs in Si

Estreicher, S.K.; Jones, R.
March 1994
Applied Physics Letters;3/28/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 13, p1670
Academic Journal
Presents the cluster calculations for the charge state changes of donor-hydrogen pairs in silicon. Approximation of the barriers for the pair transitions; Existence of an ionized {H,Si[sub Ga]} pair in gallium arsenide; Increase in the passivation efficiency by free electron flooding.


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