- 1. Phys. Rev. B 61, 2657 (2000) , “Divacancy-Tin Complexes in Electron-Irradiated Silicon Studied by EPR”, M. Fanciulli, J. R. Byberg.n- and p-type float-zone silicon containing 1018-cm-3 tin were irradiated with 2 MeV electrons to a dose of 1018 cm-2 and subsequently examined by electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR). The p-type material yields only the well-known Si-G29 signal due to... (Read more)
- 2. Phys. Rev. B 47, 6363-6380 (1993) , “Electron paramagnetic resonance of multistable interstitial-carbonsubstitutional-group-V-atom pairs in silicon”, X. D. Zhan, G. D. WatkinsA total of five new electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) centers are observed in electron-irradiated P-, As-, and Sb-doped silicon. Three are identified as arising from the neutral charge state of the stable configuration and two of the four metastable configurations of an... (Read more)
- 3. Mater. Sci. Forum 83-87, 1165-1170 (1992) , “Spin dependent recombination at deep centers in Si - electrically detected magnetic resonance”, P. Christmann , M. Bernauer , C. Wetzel , A. Asenov , B. K. Meyer , A. Endros
- 4. Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 46, 227 (1985) , “Defect Identification in Silicon Using Electron Nuclear Double Redonance”, C. A. J. Ammerlaan, M. Sprenger, R. van Kemp, D. A. van Wezep.The application of electron nuclear double resonance (ENDOR) for identification and characterization of point defects in silicon is reviewed. Taking the vacancy and the boron-vacancy complex as examples it is discussed how ENDOR can provide information on the atomic and electronic structure of paramagnetic centers.
- 5. Lattice Defects in Semiconductors 23, 1-22 (1975) , Institute of Physics, London , “EPR Studies of the Lattice Vacancy and Low-Temperature Damage Processes in Silocon”, G. D. Watkins.EPR studies of silicon irradiated at 20.4 K and 4.2 K by 1.5 MeV and 46 MeV electrons are described. In 46 MeV irradiations the dominant defects formed appear to be divavancies and other multiple defect aggregates which liberate vacancies throughout the anneal to room temperature as they reorder, recombine, etc. For 1.5 MeV irradiations group III atoms play a vital role in p- and n-type materials in trapping interstitials and stabilizing damage. Carbon and oxygen are not effective interstitial traps at these temperatures. Evidence of limited vacancy migration during irradiation is also cited. Two distinct excited configurations of vacancy-oxygen pairs are identified as precursors to A-centre formation in n-type silicon. The kinetics for their conversion to A-centres depends strongly upon the Fermi level as does the isolated vacancy migration energy whhich is measured to be 0.18 ± 0.02 eV for the V＝ charge state. The vacancy has four charge states, V＋, V0, V－ and V＝. Kinetics for hole release from V＋ reveals an activation barrier of 0.057 eV. The concentration of V＋ at 20.4 K in boron-doped material indicates the corresponding donor level even closer to the band edge, approximately EV ＋ 0.039 eV. Jahn-Teller energies for V0, V＋, and V－ are estimated from stress-alignment studies and confirmed to be large. Kinetics studies for reorientation from one Jahn-Teller distortion to another are also described for each charge state.
- 6. Phys. Rev. B 9, 4351-4361 (1974) , “EPR study of defects in neutron-irradiated silicon: Quenched-in alignment under <110>-uniaxial stress”, Young-Hoon Lee and James W. CorbettThe stress effect in an EPR study is first treated rigorously in terms of the piezospectroscopic tensor, taking account of the local symmetry of a defect. It is found that the degree of alignment (n?/n?) provides incisive information on the structure of a defect; in general, a... (Read more)
- 7. J. Appl. Phys. 43, 3499-3506 (1972) , “Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of the lattice Damage in Oxygen-Implanted Silicon”, K.L. Brower and Wendland BeezholdThe nature of the lattice damage produced at room temperature in ion-implanted intrinsic and n-type silicon has been studied as a function of 160-keV O+ ion fluence using electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR). The known EPR spectra observed were the negative divacancy (Si-G7), the... (Read more)
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