2 edition of plasma minimum in anisotropic semiconductors. found in the catalog.
plasma minimum in anisotropic semiconductors.
Mohamed Nabil Saleh
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
Introduction The effective mass of a semiconductor is obtained by fitting the actual E-k diagram around the conduction band minimum or the valence band maximum by a parabola. While this concept is simple enough the issue turns out to be substancially more complex due to the multitude and the occasional anisotropy of the minima and maxima. Optical Properties and Band Structure of Semiconductors, Volume 1 presents the experimental studies of the fundamental energy band structure of semiconductors and insulators. This book provides detailed information of the available measurement methods and results for a large number of both cubic and non-cubic Edition: 1.
remote plasma, downstream plasma: terms describing plasma processing mode in which wafer is located away from plasma, and hence, is not directly exposed to plasma; desired reactions (e.g. etching) are implemented by extracting ionized species from plasma and directing them toward the wafer; remote plasma process results in less surface damage than standard process as plasma generated ions are. Anisotropic plasma etch. Process characteristics: Aspect ratio. Specify preferred aspect ratio (if known) of etch process. Aspect ratio is defined as (etch depth)/(undercut). Minimum feature size (masked) The dimension of the smallest masked feature to be protected during the etch.
Prepared for submission to JHEP More on thermal probes of a strongly coupled anisotropic plasma Viktor Jahnke,a Andr es Luna,b Leonardo Patino,~b and Diego Trancanellia aInstituto de F sica, Universidade de Sao~ Paulo, S~ao Paulo, Brazil bDepartamento de F sica, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Aut onoma de M exico, A.P. , M exico D.F. , M exico. Plasma reactors offer precise control over processing steps including etching, deposition, cleaning, doping, and surface activation of materials in semiconductor integrated circuit manufacture. All of these rely on complex, highly nonlinear behavior of the plasma and its interaction with surfaces with limitless designs and configurations.
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Ion temperature in low-pressure discharges. The spread of ion energies is important for anisotropic etching of semiconductors.
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per page. Process Silicon dioxide plasma etch (anisotropic) Silicon dioxide plasma etch (anisotropic, MOS clean) Titanium plasma. Bhuva, S. Kerns, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, 1 Cause of Damage. Plasma reactors used for etching generate and sustain the plasma with a radio-frequency (RF) power supply.
The reactor electrodes are driven by an alternating polarity voltage. The plasma is suspended above the wafer surface with the help of electromagnetic fields within the chamber. The free electron model of metals has been used to explain the photo-electric effect (see section ).This model assumes that electrons are free to move within the metal but are confined to the metal by potential barriers as illustrated by Figure The minimum energy needed to extract an electron from the metal equals qF M, where F M is the workfunction.
Reactive ion etchingReactive ion etching ¾Reactive ion etching is an anisotropic processReactive ion etching is an anisotropic process.
¾Has better selectivity and much higher etch rate. Effect of Ions: 33 [J. Appl. Phys. 50, ()] Breaks bonds, raises temperature locally on the surface and provides activation energy.
Dry etching refers to the removal of material, typically a masked pattern of semiconductor material, by exposing the material to a bombardment of ions (usually a plasma of reactive gases such as fluorocarbons, oxygen, chlorine, boron trichloride; sometimes with addition of nitrogen, argon, helium and other gases) that dislodge portions of the material from the exposed surface.plasma contribution, which is due to the interaction of FC with the electric ﬁeld of the incident light, can be modeled using the classical Drude model  approximation.
It has been successfully applied to p-GaAs  and n-GaN  using a single plasma frequency and damping constant along with the Lorentzian oscillator model.Plasma etching of polycrystalline silicon films for fabrication of silicon gate MOS integrated circuits has been studied with emphasis on fine‐line devices.
CF 4 –O 2 plasmas, commonly used for etching silicon, are unacceptable for very fine features because the etching is isotropic and load dependent.
This results in substantial undercutting and insufficient dimensional by: