Hydrogen passivation of shallow acceptors in silicon studied by use of the perturbed gamma-gamma-angular-correlation technique

Skudlik H, Deicher M, Keller R, Magerle R, Pfeiffer W, Pross P, Recknagel E, Wichert T (1992)
Phys. Rev. B 46(4): 2172-2182.

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With the radioactive probe atom In-111 as a representative for shallow acceptors in Si the passivation of acceptors by H was studied by using the perturbed-gamma-gamma-angular-correlation technique. It is shown that during passivation, close In-H pairs are formed and that the number of pairs exactly accounts for the number of deactivated acceptors. The formation of In-H pairs was investigated with use of different hydrogenation techniques and the stability of acceptor-H pairs was studied in isochronal annealing experiments.
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Skudlik H, Deicher M, Keller R, et al. Hydrogen passivation of shallow acceptors in silicon studied by use of the perturbed gamma-gamma-angular-correlation technique. Phys. Rev. B. 1992;46(4):2172-2182.
Skudlik, H., Deicher, M., Keller, R., Magerle, R., Pfeiffer, W., Pross, P., Recknagel, E., et al. (1992). Hydrogen passivation of shallow acceptors in silicon studied by use of the perturbed gamma-gamma-angular-correlation technique. Phys. Rev. B, 46(4), 2172-2182.
Skudlik, H., Deicher, M., Keller, R., Magerle, R., Pfeiffer, W., Pross, P., Recknagel, E., and Wichert, T. (1992). Hydrogen passivation of shallow acceptors in silicon studied by use of the perturbed gamma-gamma-angular-correlation technique. Phys. Rev. B 46, 2172-2182.
Skudlik, H., et al., 1992. Hydrogen passivation of shallow acceptors in silicon studied by use of the perturbed gamma-gamma-angular-correlation technique. Phys. Rev. B, 46(4), p 2172-2182.
H. Skudlik, et al., “Hydrogen passivation of shallow acceptors in silicon studied by use of the perturbed gamma-gamma-angular-correlation technique”, Phys. Rev. B, vol. 46, 1992, pp. 2172-2182.
Skudlik, H., Deicher, M., Keller, R., Magerle, R., Pfeiffer, W., Pross, P., Recknagel, E., Wichert, T.: Hydrogen passivation of shallow acceptors in silicon studied by use of the perturbed gamma-gamma-angular-correlation technique. Phys. Rev. B. 46, 2172-2182 (1992).
Skudlik, H., Deicher, M., Keller, R., Magerle, R., Pfeiffer, Walter, Pross, P., Recknagel, E., and Wichert, T. “Hydrogen passivation of shallow acceptors in silicon studied by use of the perturbed gamma-gamma-angular-correlation technique”. Phys. Rev. B 46.4 (1992): 2172-2182.
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