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Prospects of Using In-Containing Semiconductor Materials in Magnetic Field Sensors for Thermonuclear Reactor Magnetic Diagnostics

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11 Author(s)
Bolshakova, I. ; Magn. Sensor Lab., Lviv Polytech. Nat. Univ., Lviv, Ukraine ; Vasilevskii, I. ; Viererbl, L. ; Duran, I.
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The work presents the results of experimental investigation into the effect of neutron irradiation on thin-film magnetic field Hall sensors. It is shown that sensors based on InSb/i-GaAs heterostructures are promising for application under radiation conditions in thermonuclear reactor magnetic diagnostics systems. At the same time, the presence of buffer layers in InAs/i-GaAs heterostructures makes this material unfit for application under neutron flux conditions.

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:49 ,  Issue: 1 )