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p+/n-/n+ cz-Si detectors processed on p-type boron-doped substrates with thermal donor induced space charge sign inversion

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5 Author(s)
Harkonen, J. ; Helsinki Inst. of Phys., Helsinki Univ., Finland ; Tuovinen, E. ; Luukka, P. ; Tuominen, E.
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We have processed pad detectors on high-resistivity p-type Cz-Si wafers. The resistivity of the boron-doped silicon is approximately 1.8 kΩ cm after the crystal growth. The detector processing was carried out using the common procedure for standard n-type wafers, to produce p+/p/p-/n+ detector structures. During the last process step, i.e., sintering of aluminum electrode, the p-type bulk was turned to n-type through generation of thermal donors (TD). This way, high oxygen concentration p+/n-/n+ Cz-Si detectors were realized with low temperature process. The full depletion voltage of detectors could be tailored between wide range from 30 V up to close 1000 V by changing heat treatment at 400°C-450°C duration from 20 to 80 min. The space charge sign inversion (SCSI) in the TD generated devices (from p+/p-/n+ to p+/n-(inverted)/n+) has been verified by transient current technique measurements. The detectors show very small increase of full depletion voltage after irradiations with 24 GeV/c protons up to 5*1014 p/cm2.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:52 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

Oct. 2005

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