SELECTIVE PLASMA OXIDATION OF GaAs - A STUDY OF THE INTERFACE PROPERTIES.

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Abstract

Studies by electron and photon spectroscopy show that plasma grown GaAs oxide possesses an excess amount elemental As at the oxide - GaAs interface. This amount has been found to be inversely proportional to the growth rate. The excess elemental As is deleterious to the electrical properties of MOS devices. A selective plasma oxidation process using fluorinated oxygen gas shows that the excess As at the interface can be greatly reduced. The resultant electrical properties are also improved.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Conference on Solid State Devices
PublisherJpn J of Appl Phys (v 19 Suppl 1
Pages483-448
Number of pages36
Publication statusPublished - 1980

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Electric properties
Plasmas
Oxides
MOS devices
Photons
Spectroscopy
Oxidation
Oxygen
Electrons
Gases

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Chang, R. P. H. (1980). SELECTIVE PLASMA OXIDATION OF GaAs - A STUDY OF THE INTERFACE PROPERTIES. In Proceedings of the Conference on Solid State Devices (pp. 483-448). Jpn J of Appl Phys (v 19 Suppl 1.

SELECTIVE PLASMA OXIDATION OF GaAs - A STUDY OF THE INTERFACE PROPERTIES. / Chang, Robert P. H.

Proceedings of the Conference on Solid State Devices. Jpn J of Appl Phys (v 19 Suppl 1, 1980. p. 483-448.

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Chang, RPH 1980, SELECTIVE PLASMA OXIDATION OF GaAs - A STUDY OF THE INTERFACE PROPERTIES. in Proceedings of the Conference on Solid State Devices. Jpn J of Appl Phys (v 19 Suppl 1, pp. 483-448.
Chang RPH. SELECTIVE PLASMA OXIDATION OF GaAs - A STUDY OF THE INTERFACE PROPERTIES. In Proceedings of the Conference on Solid State Devices. Jpn J of Appl Phys (v 19 Suppl 1. 1980. p. 483-448
Chang, Robert P. H. / SELECTIVE PLASMA OXIDATION OF GaAs - A STUDY OF THE INTERFACE PROPERTIES. Proceedings of the Conference on Solid State Devices. Jpn J of Appl Phys (v 19 Suppl 1, 1980. pp. 483-448
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