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Ion mass influence on transient enhanced diffusion and boron clustering in silicon: Deviation from the “+1” model

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Herner, S.B. ; Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, 600 Mountain Avenue, Murray Hill, New Jersey 07974 ; Gossmann, H.‐J. ; Pelaz, L.P. ; Gilmer, G.H.
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Boron in silicon doping superlattices is used to trace native point defect behavior during a 790 °C, 15 min anneal following a 200 keV, 1×1013/cm2 Pb+ or 40 keV 1×1013/cm2 Si+ implant. These nonamorphizing implants lead to transient enhanced diffusion and clustering of the boron doping spikes. The enhancement in B diffusion scales sublinearly with mass of the ion implant. Clustering of the boron occurs deeper and more extensively in the Pb+-implanted sample due to greater mass of the ion. Measurement of the number of interstitials bound by extended defects after an 800 °C/10 s rapid thermal anneal confirm that the Pb+ implant has “+4.5” of the implant dose bound by extended defects, compared to “+0.6” in the Si+ implant for the same anneal. Both of these results indicate that the “+1” model is not valid for heavy mass ion implants. © 1998 American Institute of Physics.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:83 ,  Issue: 11 )

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Jun 1998

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