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Suppression of boron penetration by using inductive-coupling-nitrogen-plasma in stacked amorphous/polysilicon gate structure

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5 Author(s)
Wen Luh Yang ; Graduate Inst., Feng Chia Univ., Taichung, Taiwan ; Chiou-Jyi Lin ; Tien Sheng Chao ; Don-Gey Liu
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A method is introduced for suppressing the penetration of boron for BF2+-implanted pMOS devices with a stacked amorphous/poly-Si (SAP) gate structure. It is shown that after inductive-coupling-nitrogen-plasma (ICNP) treatment, boron diffusion through the thin gate oxide is largely suppressed. As shown from the charge-to-breakdown measurements, the ICNP process will improve the quality of pMOS devices, with Qbd three times higher than for the control samples

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:33 ,  Issue: 13 )