Iron-induced alternating current surface photovoltages in n-type silicon wafers

Shimizu, Hirofumi; Munakata, Chusuke
January 1993
Applied Physics Letters;1/18/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p276
Academic Journal
Analyzes the iron-induced alternating current (ac) surface photovoltages (SPV) in n-type silicon (Si) wafers. Preparation of a Si wafer with a 125 millimeter diameter; Phenomenon of the enhanced ac SPV; Details on the basic structural unit of silicon dioxide.


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