TITLE

Redistribution of Cr in GaAs:Cr and of V in GaAs:V after implantation of Si, Be, or B and annealing in a controlled atmosphere

AUTHOR(S)
Kütt, W.; Bimberg, D.; Maier, M.; Kräutle, H.; Köhl, F.; Tomzig, E.
PUB. DATE
March 1985
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;3/1/1985, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p489
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The redistribution of V in V-doped and Cr in Cr-doped semi-insulating GaAs substrates after implantation with Si, Be, B and subsequent controlled atmosphere annealing at 840 °C for 20 min is determined using secondary ion mass spectrometry. Both V and Cr show accumulation into zones of high defect densities at ∼Rp+ΔRp of the Si, Be, or B implantation profile, respectively, and a depletion which extends beyond that zone to ∼2–4×Rp. Some surface accumulation has also been observed. For all three cases studied, the V redistribution is much smaller than the Cr redistribution. It is therefore concluded that from thermal stability point of view semi-insulating GaAs:V should be a better substrate material for implantation type devices than is GaAs:Cr.
ACCESSION #
9817215

 

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