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Three dimensional distributions of arsenic and platinum within NiSi contact and gate of an n-type transistor

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Panciera, F. ; STMicroelectronics, 850, rue Jean Monnet, 38926, Crolles cedex, France ; Hoummada, K. ; Gregoire, M. ; Juhel, M.
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Atom probe tomography was used to study the redistribution of platinum and arsenic atoms after Ni(Pt) silicidation of As-doped polycrystalline Si. These measurements were performed on a field-effect transistor and compared with those obtained in unpatterned region submitted to the same process. These results suggest that Pt and As redistribution during silicide formation is only marginally influenced by the confinement in microelectronic devices. On the contrary, there is a clear difference with the redistribution reported in the literature for the blanket wafers. Selective etching used to remove the non-reacted Ni(Pt) film after the first rapid heat treatment may induce this difference.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:99 ,  Issue: 5 )