TITLE

Two-step rapid thermal annealing of Si-implanted InP:Fe

AUTHOR(S)
Rao, Mulpuri V.; Thompson, Phillip E.
PUB. DATE
May 1987
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;5/18/1987, Vol. 50 Issue 20, p1444
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Rapid thermal annealing has been used to electrically activate Si-implanted InP:Fe. A two-step annealing cycle in which the short (5 s) high-temperature step is followed by a relatively long (25–60 s) 100 °C lower temperature step gave higher activation and carrier mobility than the corresponding short high-temperature or long low-temperature single step annealing cycle. A good surface morphology was achieved by using InP proximity anneal if the maximum annealing temperature is limited to 900 °C for not more than 5 s. The maximum mobilities and activations obtained for 200 keV/5×1013 cm-2 and 150 keV/1×1013 cm-2 Si+ implants were 1740 and 2260 cm2/V s and 88 and 98%, respectively. The position of the peak carrier concentration in the depth profile closely matched that of the Lindhard–Scharff–Schiott prediction.
ACCESSION #
9822995

 

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