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Ultralow resistance in situ Ohmic contacts to InGaAs/InP

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7 Author(s)
Singisetti, U. ; Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara, California 93106, USA ; Wistey, Mark A. ; Zimmerman, Jeramy D. ; Thibeault, Brian J.
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We report a sharp reduction in the resistivity of Ohmic contacts using in situ deposition of molybdenum (Mo) contacts onto n-type In0.53Ga0.47As grown on InP. The contacts were formed by evaporating Mo onto the wafer using an electron beam evaporator connected to a molecular beam epitaxy chamber under ultrahigh vacuum. Transmission line measurements showed specific contact resistivities of 0.5±0.3 Ω μm2 (2.90 Ω μm), 0.9±0.4 Ω μm2 (4.3 Ω μm), and 1.3±0.4 Ω μm2 (4.7 Ω μm) for Mo on abrupt InAs/InGaAs heterojunctions, graded InAs/InGaAs, and InGaAs films, respectively. These low resistances meet the requirements for terahertz transistors.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:93 ,  Issue: 18 )