TITLE

Use of tertiarybutylarsine for GaAs growth

AUTHOR(S)
Chen, C. H.; Larsen, C. A.; Stringfellow, G. B.
PUB. DATE
January 1987
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;1/26/1987, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p218
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The use of AsH3 in the organometallic vapor phase epitaxial (OMVPE) growth of GaAs and other As containing III/V semiconductors has a number of disadvantages, including toxicity hazard, purity problems associated with storage cylinders, and low pyrolysis rate at the low temperatures often desirable in OMVPE growth. A new organometallic source, tertiarybutylarsine (TBAs), has recently become available. In this letter we report the results of OMVPE growth of GaAs using trimethylgallium (TMGa) and TBAs in a one atmosphere ambient. The major results of the study are (1) the vapor pressure of TBAs is measured to be 96 Torr at 10 °C, (2) the pyrolysis rate of TBAs appears to be greater than that of AsH3 under similar conditions, (3) as a consequence of (2), excellent morphology GaAs layers can be grown at lower values of V/III ratio (approximately unity) using TBAs than using AsH3 (4) no additional carbon incorporation is produced by the use of the organometallic group V source. These factors make TBAs a promising candidate to replace AsH3 in vapor phase epitaxial growth of GaAs.
ACCESSION #
9821948

 

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