Clough, FJ and Brown, AO and Ekkanath Madathil, SN and Milne, WI (1995) Low temperature (≤ 600°C) semi-insulating oxygen-doped silicon films by the PECVD technique for large area power applications. Microelectronic Engineering, 28. pp. 451-454. ISSN 0167-9317Full text not available from this repository.
This work describes the annealing and characterisation of semi-insulating oxygen-doped silicon films deposited by the Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition (PECVD) technique from silane (SiH4), nitrous oxide (N2O) and helium (He) gas mixtures. The maximum process temperature is chosen to be compatible with large area polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) circuitry on glass. The most important deposition variable is shown to be the N2O SiH4 gas ratio. Helium dilution results in improved film uniformity and reproducibility. Raman analysis shows the 'as-deposited' and annealed films to be completely amorphous. A model for the microstructure of these Semi-Insulating Amorphous Oxygen-doped Silicon (SIAOS) films is proposed to explain the observed physical and electrical properties. © 1995.
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