Properties of near-surface layer of 64Zn+ ion hot-implanted Siстатья

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[1] Properties of near-surface layer of 64zn+ ion hot-implanted si / V. Privezentsev, V. Kulikauskas, E. Steinman et al. // Physica Status Solidi (C) Current Topics in Solid State Physics. — 2015. — Vol. 12, no. 8. — P. 1170–1174. We have investigated nanoparticles (NPs) formation in Si by 64Zn+ ion implantation at substrate temperature of 350 oC. Hot implantation was chosen to avoid amorphization of Si near-surface layer. In as-implanted samples the Zn crystal NPs were created. Then the samples were subsequently subjected to isochronous annealing in oxygen at elevated temperatures. The depth profile of implanted Zn was analyzed by Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy. The dependence of photo-luminescence spectra on annealing temperatures was observed. In these spectra the peak at 370 nm attributable to ZnO phase and wide peak at 430 nm due to defects were revealed. The visualization and identification of NPs were obtained by transmission electron microscopy and transmission electron diffraction of cross-section samples. From these study it follows, that after annealing at temperature of 700 oC and higher the NPs with structure of Zn(core)/ZnO · Zn2SiO4(shell) were formed. Auger electron spectroscopy investigation followed the phase content in depth profile was varied from ZnO Zn2SiO4 at a substrate surface to metal Zn in a substrate body. [ DOI ]

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