III-V Semiconductor Materials and Devices by R.J. MALIK (Eds.)

By R.J. MALIK (Eds.)

The most emphasis of this quantity is on III-V semiconductor epitaxial and bulk crystal progress thoughts. Chapters also are incorporated on fabric characterization and ion implantation. to be able to placed those development ideas into point of view a radical overview of the physics and know-how of III-V units is gifted. this can be the 1st ebook of its style to debate the idea of many of the crystal progress recommendations with regards to their merits and boundaries to be used in III-V semiconductor units

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This applies particularly to the growth of crystals Melt-growth of III-V compounds 21 which are subsequently sliced and diced for the fabrication of small discretetype devices like lasers etc. However, for integrated circuit applications where large area uniformity is becoming increasingly important as device sizes diminish, horizontal growth looks less attractive. , 1983). In summary, then, the application of the HG technique to InSb, GaSb, InAs, GaAs, InP and GaP increases in technical difficulty in the order as written.

This is not true, however, for fast growth (Burton et al, 1953a, b) for Ge or crystals generally unless exceptional melt stirring is used. Thus, electromagnetic stirring of the melt in horizontal growth has been shown to improve solute segregation in the zone refining of InSb (Mullin and Hulme, 1958) under fast growth rates (10 cm h" 1 ). The lack of a suitable analytical model for convective stirring in the horizontal system is clearly a deterrent to controlled segregation studies. Most of our knowledge of transport in a melt and its effects, particularly on crystallisation, has been obtained from studies on pulled crystals where the effects of stirring can be modelled.

5) the growth surface at the solid-liquid interface has a marked tendency to develop {111} Sb or {TTÏ} In type facets on a flat singular surface where the isotherms become tangential to the low index planes. B. Mullin compared with the non-singular surfaces. The changes of interface shape which can be quite marked in horizontal growth give rise to varying facet size and position on the growing surface of the crystal. The resultant effect is to distribute the dopant or residual impurities in a very non-uniform way throughout the grown crystal.

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