TITLE

Suppression of interdiffusion in InGaAs/GaAs quantum dots using dielectric layer of titanium dioxide

AUTHOR(S)
Fu, L.; Lever, P.; Tan, H. H.; Jagadish, C.; Reece, P.; Gal, M.
PUB. DATE
April 2003
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;4/21/2003, Vol. 82 Issue 16, p2613
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In this work, titanium dioxide (TiO[SUB2]) film was deposited onto the In[SUB0.5]Ga[SUB0.5]As/GaAs quantum-dot structure by electron-beam evaporation to investigate its effect on interdiffusion. A large redshifted and broadened spectrum from the dot emission was observed compared with that from the uncapped (but annealed) reference sample, indicating the suppression of thermal interdiffusion due to TiO[SUB2] deposition. The structure was also capped with a silicon dioxide SiO[SUB2] single layer or SiO[SUB2]/TiO[SUB2] bilayer with the thickness of SiO[SUB2] varied from ∼6 to ∼145 nm. In the former case, an increased amount of impurity-free vacancy disordering (IFVD) was introduced with the increase of SiO[SUB2] thickness due to the enhanced Ga outdiffusion into the film. With TiO[SUB2] deposited on top, IFVD and thermal interdiffusion were suppressed to different extents with the variation of SiO[SUB2] thickness. To explain the suppression of interdiffusion, thermal stress introduced by the large thermal expansion coefficient of TiO[SUB2] (when compared with GaAs) as well as the metallurgical reactions between the TiO[SUB2] and GaAs were proposed as possible mechanisms.
ACCESSION #
9518395

 

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