Growth of Crystalline Semiconductor Materials on Crystal Surfaces, Volume 5

1st Edition

Authors: L. Aleksandrov
Editors: G. Siddall
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444423078
eBook ISBN: 9781483289878
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st October 1984
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Table of Contents


Preface

List of Symbols

Chapter 1. Production of Semiconductor Films

1.1. Growth and Structure of Epitaxial Semiconductor Films

1.2. Production of Films from Molecular and Ion Beams

1.3. Growth of A2B6 Films Using a Gas Phase of Controlled Composition

1.4. Semiconductor Films for Microelectronics

Chapter 2. Monocrystalline Substrates: Surface and Near-Surface Regions

2.1. Impurity Heterogeneities in the Surface Layer of Silicon with an Atomically Clean Outer Surface

2.2. Distribution of Background and Doping Impurities in the Surface Region of a Substrate and in a Surface Film

2.3. Metals on the Surfaces of Silicon Monocrystals

Chapter 3. General Characteristics of the Formation and Growth of Epitaxial Films

3.1. Thermodynamic and Kinetic Treatment of the Epitaxial Growth of Semiconductor Films

3.2. Statistical Theory of the Initial Stage of Crystallization

3.3. Kinetics of the Initial Stage of Layer-by-Layer Epitaxial Film Growth and the Formation of a Transition Region

3.4. Influence of Orientation of the Substrate Surface on the Effective Growth Rate of an Epitaxial Film and Formation of a Transition Layer

3.5. Computer Simulation of the Growth of Epitaxial Semiconductor Films

3.6. Interaction of Screw Dislocations with Interfaces in the Structure Substrate-Film-Transition Region

3.7. Mechanism of Film Growth when Using Liquid-Phase Epitaxy

Chapter 4. Formation of the Film-Substrate Interface and Transition Region

4.1. Epitaxial Film-Substrate Interfaces

4.2. Capture and Distribution of Impurities at Film Growth

4.3. Ways of Reducing the TR Width in Films and Devices

Chapter 5. Crystallization and Recrystallization of Amorphous Films

5.1. Crystallization Kin

Description

Written for physicists, chemists, and engineers specialising in crystal and film growth, semiconductor electronics, and various applications of thin films, this book reviews promising scientific and engineering trends in thin films and thin-films materials science. The first part discusses the physical characteristics of the processes occurring during the deposition and growth of films, the principal methods of obtaining semiconductor films and of reparing substrate surfaces on which crystalline films are grown, and the main applications of films. The second part contains data on epitaxial interfaces and on ways of reducing transition regions in films and film-type devices, on the processes of crystallization and recrystallization of amorphous films, and on thermodynamic conditions, mechanisms and kinetic parameters of accelerated crystallization.


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Language:
English
Copyright:
© North Holland 1984
Published:
Imprint:
North Holland
eBook ISBN:
9781483289878
Hardcover ISBN:
9780444423078

Reviews

Written for physicists, chemists, and engineers specialising in crystal and film growth, semiconductor electronics, and various applications of thin films, this book reviews promising scientific and engineering trends in thin films and thin-films materials science. The first part discusses the physical characteristics of the processes occurring during the deposition and growth of films, the principal methods of obtaining semiconductor films and of reparing substrate surfaces on which crystalline films are grown, and the main applications of films. The second part contains data on epitaxial interfaces and on ways of reducing transition regions in films and film-type devices, on the processes of crystallization and recrystallization of amorphous films, and on thermodynamic conditions, mechanisms and kinetic parameters of accelerated crystallization.


About the Authors

L. Aleksandrov Author

About the Editors

G. Siddall Editor