Doping in III-V Semiconductors

Doping in III-V Semiconductors

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This is the first book to describe thoroughly the many facets of doping in compound semiconductors. Equal emphasis is given to the fundamental materials physics and to the technological aspects of doping. The author describes in detail all the various techniques, including doping during epitaxial growth, doping by implantation, and doping by diffusion. The key characteristics of all dopants that have been employed in III-V semiconductors are discussed. In addition, general characteristics of dopants are analyzed, including the electrical activity, saturation, amphotericity, auto-compensation and maximum attainable dopant concentration. The timely topic of highly doped semiconductors is discussed as well. Technologically important deep levels are summarized. The properties of deep levels are presented phenomenologically. The final chapter is dedicated to the experimental characterization of impurities.show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • 240 b/w illus. 1 table
  • 1139240595
  • 9781139240598

Table of contents

1. Shallow impurities; 2. Phenomenology of deep levels; 3. Semiconductor statistics; 4. Growth technologies; 5. Doping with elemental sources; 6. Gaseous doping sources; 7. Impurity characteristics; 8. Redistribution of impurities; 9. Deep centers; 10. Doping in heterostructures, quantum wells, and superlattices; 11. Delta doping; 12. Characterization technique.show more

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"Fred Schubert has written a book that very nicely fills two roles: It serves as a reference volume for those of us who use III-V materials, and it provides enlightening explanations of interesting and important problems in semi-conductor physics....His lucid explanations of some of the important physics of doped semiconductors is a major strength." David L. Miller, Physics Todayshow more

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