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Defects & Radiation Effects in Semiconductors, 1980

Eleventh International Conference, Oslo, Japan, September 1980 (Conference Series / Institute of Physics)

by Ryukiti R. Hasiguti

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Published by Institute of Physics Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electronics - Semiconductors,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages586
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11612448M
    ISBN 100854981500
    ISBN 109780854981502

    This book focuses on reliability and radiation effects in compound semiconductors, which have evolved rapidly during the last 15 years. It starts with first principles, and shows how advances in device design and manufacturing have suppressed many of the older reliability mechanisms. Irradiation of edge defined film fed growth silicon in the kV HREM generates two kinds of radiation defects. The first ones are {} planar faults which appear both as single defects and in more complicated arrangements (‘‘snaking ribbons,’’ crossing defects).

    International Conference on Defects in Semiconductors (ICDS) is a long running series of scientific meetings which focuses on research into point and extended defects in developed as a spin off from the International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors, remaining a satellite meeting from the first conference on Radiation Effects in Semiconductors in Gatlinburg in   This book involves the study of radiation induced effects in Bipolar Junction Transistors planned for space applications. The devices exposed to electromagnetic radiation, 8 MeV electrons and 24 MeV protons are characterized before and after irradiation to understand the radiation induced degradation mechanism.

    Defects and Radiation Effects in Semiconductors, Invited and Contributed Papers from the International Conference on Defects and Radiation Effects in Semiconductors Held in Oiso, Japan, September , Ryukiti R. Hasiguti, , Technology & Engineering, pages.. Structure and Properties of Dislocations in Semiconductors Ionizing radiation is generally harmful and potentially lethal to living things but can have health benefits in radiation therapy for the treatment of cancer and most common impact is the induction of cancer with a latent period of years or decades after exposure. High doses can cause visually dramatic radiation burns, and/or rapid fatality through acute radiation syndrome.


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Defects & Radiation Effects in Semiconductors, 1980 by Ryukiti R. Hasiguti Download PDF EPUB FB2

International Conference on Defects and Radiation Effects in Semiconductors ( Oiso, Japan) Defects and radiation effects in semiconductors, Bristol: Institute of Physics, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ryukiti R Hasiguti.

Radiation Effects in Semiconductors (Devices, Circuits, and Systems) Krzysztof Iniewski Space applications, nuclear physics, military operations, medical imaging, and especially electronics (modern silicon processing) are obvious fields in which radiation damage can have serious consequences, i.e., degradation of MOS devices and circuits.

Radiation Effects in Semiconductors and Semiconductor Devices Experimental Study of Radiation Defects in Semiconductors and Control of Semiconductor Properties by Irradiation. *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.

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Edited By Krzysztof Iniewski. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 3 September Radiation Effects in Semiconductors addresses the ever-growing need for a clear understanding of radiation effects on semiconductor devices and circuits to combat potential damage it can by:   Zeroing in on vital aspects of this broad and complex topic, Radiation Effects in Semiconductors addresses the ever-growing need for a clear understanding of radiation effects on semiconductor devices and circuits to combat potential damage it can cause.

About this book Introduction The effects of electromagnetic radiation and high-energy par­ ticles on semiconductors can be divided into two main processes: (a) the excitation of electrons (the special case is internal ioniza­ tion, i. e., the generation of excess charge carriers); and(b) dis­ turbance of the periodic structure of the crystal, i.

e., the forma­ tion of "structural radiation defects. In book: Radiation Effects in Semiconductor Devices, Chapter: Nanocrystal Memories an evolutionary approach to Flash memory scaling and a class of radiation tolerant devices, Publisher: CRC Press.

This paper focuses on total ionizing dose (TID) effects induced in multiple-gate field-effect transistors. The impact of device architecture, geometry and scaling on the TID response of multiple-gate transistors is reviewed in both bulk and silicon-on-insulator (SOI) complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technologies.

Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids. Incorporating Plasma Science and Plasma Technology 62, Vol In book: THEORY OF DEFECTS IN SEMICONDUCTORS, pp covering three individual stages of radiation effects studies, including ultra-fast displacement cascade, intermediate defect.

About this book. About this book. The effects of electromagnetic radiation and high-energy par­ ticles on semiconductors can be divided into two main processes: (a) the excitation of electrons (the special case is internal ioniza­ tion, i. e., the generation of excess charge carriers); and (b) dis­ turbance of the periodic structure of the crystal, i.

e., the forma­ tion of "structural radiation defects. Watkins GD, Troxell JR () Negative-U properties for point defects in silicon.

Phys Rev Lett Basic Radiation Damage Mechanisms in Semiconductor Materials and Devices. In: Radiation Effects in Advanced Semiconductor Materials and Devices. Springer Series in Materials Science, vol Buy this book on publisher's site. Radiation damage and defects in semiconductors.

London, Institute of Physics [] (OCoLC) Online version: Radiation damage and defects in semiconductors. London, Institute of Physics [] (OCoLC) Online version: Radiation damage and defects in semiconductors.

London, Institute of Physics [] (OCoLC) Document. Radiation Effects in Semiconductors by Krzysztof Iniewski,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids: Incorporating Plasma Science and Plasma Technology ( - current) Formerly known as.

Radiation Effects ( - ) Incorporates. Plasma Devices and Operations ( - ). The book reviews investigations of radiation effects on electronic components.

It examines the mechanisms of radiation damage and the nature of radiation defects in electronic materials; changes in material properties from interaction with neutrons, protons, electrons, and gamma particles are described. Data on the effects of earth's radiation belts, radiation in the vicinity of nuclear power.

Characterisation and Control of Defects in Semiconductors Understanding the formation and introduction mechanisms of defects in semiconductors is essential to understanding their properties. Although many defect-related problems have been identified and solved over the past 60 years of semiconductor research, the quest for faster, cheaper, lower power, and new kinds of electronics.

Extended Defects in Semiconductors: Electronic Properties, Device Effects and Structures | D. Holt, B. Yacobi | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find. QROWTH Intrinsic defects in II-VI semiconductors G.D. Watkins Department of Physics, Lehigh University, 16 Memorial Dr.

East, Bethlehem, PAUSA Abstract The properties of vacancies and host interstitials in II-VI semiconductors as. Kimmerling L C, Benton J L and Rubin J J Defects and Radiation Effects in Semiconductors (Inst.

Phys. Conf. Ser. No 59) ed R R Hasiguti (Bristol: Institute of Physics) pp Google Scholar. The effects of self-radiation damage as a function of cumulative alpha-decay events in synthetic zircon doped with Pu and natural zircons damaged over geologic time are compared and interpreted in terms of the accumulation of both defects and amorphousness.

The radiation-induced unit-cell expansion and amorphization result in macroscopic swelling that increases sigmoidally with .The formation of vacancy‐oxygen complexes (A centers) in Czochralski (Cz)‐grown silicon (Cz‐Si) with Ge content of – cm−3 due to gamma irradiation was studied by deep level transient spectr.Even though House subcommittee hearings in found that the government was negligent, that fallout was a likely cause of both adverse health effects to downwind residents and the sheep losses, its report Health Effects of Low-level Radiation stated that a cause-and-effect link cannot be forged between low-level radiation exposure and.