- 1. Physica B 308-310, 51-57 (2001) , “Magnetic resonance studies of defects in GaN with reduced dislocation densities”, E. R. Glaser, J. A. Freitas, Jr. , G. C. Braga, W. E. Carlos, M. E. Twigg, A. E. Wickenden, D. D. Koleske, R. L. Henry, M. Leszczynski, I. Grzegory, T. Suski, S. Porowski, S. S. Park, K. Y. Lee and R. J. MolnarMagnetic resonance experiments, including optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR) and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), have been performed on Si-doped homoepitaxial GaN layers grown by MOCVD and on high quality, free-standing (200 μm-thick) GaN grown by HVPE. This allowed us to... (Read more)
- 2. 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)
- 3. Radiat. Eff. 15, 77 (1972) , “New EPR Spectra in Neutron-Irradiated Silicon”, Y. H. Lee, Y. M. Kim, J. W. Corbett.Six new EPR spectra are reported which are apparently due to intrinsic defects created in the neutron-irradiation and, in some cases, annealing of silicon. In addition a spectrum similar to, but distinct from, that due to the vacancy-phosphorus center is reported. Some tentative defect models are discussed to emphasize the features of the spectra, but more detailed studies are required to establish the identity of the giving rise to these spectra.
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