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VOLUME 03 ISSUE 09 SEPTEMBER 2020

Clusters Of Atoms Of Copper And Irridium And Their Influence On Recombination Properties Of Silicon
1Sherzod Axmadovich Mahmudov, 2Johongir Zokirjonovich Mirzaraimov,
3Avaz Karimjonovich Rafikov
1,3Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan
2Namangan Technology and Engineering Institute
DOI : https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v3-i9-04

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ABSTRACT

The types and nature of structural defects of n-type silicon with clusters of impurity atoms of copper and iridium were determined by the method of non-stationary capacitive spectroscopy (DLTS), measurements of the resistivity, concentration and lifetime of charge carriers, as well as using infrared and atomic force microscopes Solver-NEXT. It was found that after high-temperature diffusion, star-shaped defects are observed in rapidly cooled Si samples, while in rapidly cooled Si samples they are subsequently embedded in a chain and in the form of a needle, and in both slowly cooled samples, only round-shaped inclusions are formed,however, the density is low. The absence of dislocation decoration in slowly cooled Si and Si samples is associated with the formation of point defects of the [Cu – O] type, [Cu – Si] silicides, and pairs of Cui [Cus – Cui] and Iri [Irs – Iri] atoms. An increase in the lifetime of charge carriers caused by the formation of an adhesion level associated with the [Cu – O] complex in silicon.

KEY-WORDS

Silicon, copper, iridium, oxygen, cluster, complex, defect, diffusion, cooling rate, lifetime, recombination properties.

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