There is a wide set of literature reports that suggest that over-coordinated oxygen or self-interstitials are, directly or indirectly, the chemical bridge between thermal donors, oxygen precipitates and dislocations. capable of supporting a common origin of their emission features in the 0.7-0.9 eV range. Finding the experimental proof of these suggestions was the aim of this present work. which required both appropriate preparation of samples and their careful optical. electrical and microscopical characterization. We were able to show not only that the photoluminescence emissions From oxide precipitates could be correlated to their density and to the presence of closed dislocation rings around them. but also that the precursors of dislocations are optically active as well. For samples thermally annealed in the range of thermal donors. we were able to show that their optical activity seems to be correlated to a transition from a shallow donor level of thermal donors to a deep level of a CiO2 complex

Pizzini, S., Guzzi, M., Grilli, E., & Borionetti, G. (2000). The photoluminescence emission in the 0.7-0.9 eV range from oxygen precipitates, thermal donors and dislocations in silicon. JOURNAL OF PHYSICS. CONDENSED MATTER, 12(49), 10131-10143 [10.1088/0953-8984/12/49/312].

The photoluminescence emission in the 0.7-0.9 eV range from oxygen precipitates, thermal donors and dislocations in silicon

Pizzini, S;GUZZI, MARIO;GRILLI, EMANUELE ENRICO;
2000

Abstract

There is a wide set of literature reports that suggest that over-coordinated oxygen or self-interstitials are, directly or indirectly, the chemical bridge between thermal donors, oxygen precipitates and dislocations. capable of supporting a common origin of their emission features in the 0.7-0.9 eV range. Finding the experimental proof of these suggestions was the aim of this present work. which required both appropriate preparation of samples and their careful optical. electrical and microscopical characterization. We were able to show not only that the photoluminescence emissions From oxide precipitates could be correlated to their density and to the presence of closed dislocation rings around them. but also that the precursors of dislocations are optically active as well. For samples thermally annealed in the range of thermal donors. we were able to show that their optical activity seems to be correlated to a transition from a shallow donor level of thermal donors to a deep level of a CiO2 complex
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Semiconductors, Spectroscopy, Silicon
English
Pizzini, S., Guzzi, M., Grilli, E., & Borionetti, G. (2000). The photoluminescence emission in the 0.7-0.9 eV range from oxygen precipitates, thermal donors and dislocations in silicon. JOURNAL OF PHYSICS. CONDENSED MATTER, 12(49), 10131-10143 [10.1088/0953-8984/12/49/312].
Pizzini, S; Guzzi, M; Grilli, E; Borionetti, G
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