A STUDY ON SILICON HETEROINTERFACE FORMATION AND CONTROL BY LOW-ENERGY ION BEAM DEPOSITION
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
|Research Institution||KYUSHU KYORITSU UNIVERSITY|
SHOJI Fumiya KYUSHU KYORITSU UNIVERSITY Faculty Of Engineering PROFESSOR, 工学部, 教授 (00093419)
後追 豊和 九州共立大学, 工学部, 助手
GONDO Yasuo KYUSHU KYORITSU UNIVERSITY Faculty Of Engineering PROFESSOR, 工学部, 教授 (50017852)
後迫 豊和 九州共立大学, 工学部, 助手
USHIROSAKO Toyokazu KYUSHU KYORITSU UNIVERSITY Faculty Of Engineering ASSISTANT
|Project Fiscal Year
1995 – 1996
Completed(Fiscal Year 1996)
|Budget Amount *help
¥2,300,000 (Direct Cost : ¥2,300,000)
Fiscal Year 1996 : ¥400,000 (Direct Cost : ¥400,000)
Fiscal Year 1995 : ¥1,900,000 (Direct Cost : ¥1,900,000)
|Keywords||HETEROEPITAXY / ION SCATTERING / SILICON / SURFACE AND INTERFACE / THIN FILM / THIN FILM GROWTH / SURFACE ANALYSIS / SURFACESTRUCTURE / hetero-expitaxy / Ion Scuttering / Ion beam deposition / Thin Film / Surtace and Interface / Surface stuuscture analysis / Thin Film Growth / hetero-epitaxy / Ion Scattering / Surface and Interface / Surface Structure / Surface analysis / イオン蒸着 / イオンビーム分析 / シリコン表面 / エピタキシ- / イオン散乱法 / Bi薄膜成長 / 半導体表面解析|
The semiconductor industry is constantly striving for ever smaller device dimensions. Future high-speed electronic devices may be built up from low-dimensional structures involving layrs and lines as little as a few atomic diameters across. Now, it is becoming possible to discuss on mechanisms of epitaxial growth from the microscopic standpoint, because of rapidly developing field of surface analysis techniques. However, a clear explanation has not been made on detail physics of the hetroepitaxy. It is the purpose of this work to systematically investigate how two-dimensional interface phase controls the heteroepitaxial growth.
Three experimental programs were performed in a period of this work. The results obtained are described below.
1, Analysis of Si (100) -2x1 : H surface hydrogen :
By using low-energy recoil ion spectroscopy technique, we have investigated the structure of Si (100) -1x1 : 2H dihydride and Si (100) -2x1 : H monohydride surfaces. Comparing our experimental results wit
h computer simulations, we conclude that the H-Si bond angle in the Si (100) -2x1 surface is 65-70ﾟ and that in the Si (100) -1x1 : 2H surface is 55-60ﾟ For the dihydride surface, canted dihydride structure is suggested.
2, Analysis of Bi-induced (1x1) structure of the Si (100) surface :
We have carried out the structure analysis of Bi-induced (1x1) surface by using low-energy ion scattering spectroscopy technique. We have shown that the (1x1) surface is induced by Bi atoms with periodicity of bulk-like Si (100) -1x1, however, there are many Bi vacancies in the ordered structure with the (1x1) periodicity.
3, Si heterointerface control by low-energy ion beam deposition and scattering :
We have newly developed low-energy ion beam deposition system which is integrated into analytical facilities of low-energy ion scattering and low-energy electron diffraction to allow characterization of surfaces with or without ion beam deposition. Preliminary experimental measurements are carried out using a Bi ion source. It is confirmed that Bi ion beams can be obtained in the energy range 50-550eV and that hte Bi ion beam deposition proceeds on Si (100) clean surface by in-situ measurement of low-energy ion scattering spectrometry. Less
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