Papers by Author: Andrej Yu. Kuznetsov

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Authors: Martin S. Janson, Anders Hallén, Phillippe Godignon, Andrej Yu. Kuznetsov, Margareta K. Linnarsson, Erwan Morvan, Bengt Gunnar Svensson
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Authors: Andrej Yu. Kuznetsov, Martin S. Janson, Anders Hallén, Bengt Gunnar Svensson, C. Jagadish, H. Grünleitner, Gerhard Pensl
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Authors: Evgenia V. Kalinina, G. Kholuyanov, G. Onushkin, D.V. Davydov, Anatoly M. Strel'chuk, Andrey O. Konstantinov, Anders Hallén, V.A. Skuratov, Andrej Yu. Kuznetsov
Abstract: The influence of the irradiation with neutrons, Kr+ (245 MeV) and Bi+ (710 MeV) ions on the optical and electrical properties of high-resistivity, high-purity 4H-SiC epitaxial layers grown by chemical vapor deposition was investigated using photoluminescence and deep-level transient spectroscopy. Electrical characteristics were studied using Al and Cr Schottky barriers as well as p+-n-n+ diodes fabricated by Al ion implantation on this epitaxial layers. It was found that both "light" neutrons and high energy heavy ions introduced identical defect centers in 4H-SiC. So, even at extremely high density of the ionization energy of 34 keV/nm, typical for Bi+ ion bombardment, damage structure formation in SiC single crystal is governed by energy loss in elastic collisions.
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Authors: Anders Hallén, P.O.Å. Persson, Andrej Yu. Kuznetsov, L. Hultman, Bengt Gunnar Svensson
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Authors: Erwan Morvan, Narcis Mestres, F.J. Campos, Jordi Pascual, Anders Hallén, Margareta K. Linnarsson, Andrej Yu. Kuznetsov
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Authors: Jan H. Bleka, Edouard V. Monakhov, Alexander G. Ulyashin, F. Danie Auret, Andrej Yu. Kuznetsov, B.S. Avset, Bengt Gunnar Svensson
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Authors: Martin S. Janson, Margareta K. Linnarsson, J.S. Christensen, P. Lévêque, Andrej Yu. Kuznetsov, H.H. Radamson, Anders Hallén, Arne Nylandsted-Larsen, Bengt Gunnar Svensson
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Authors: Alain Portavoce, Isabelle Berbezier, Antoine Ronda, Patrick Gas, J.S. Christensen, Andrej Yu. Kuznetsov, Bengt Gunnar Svensson
Abstract: We have investigated the lattice diffusion of B and Sb by means of molecular beam epitaxy in Si1−xGex (x < 0.2) layers grown on Si(001) substrate. Using Si1−xGex relaxed buffers we were able to differentiate the chemical effect (change in the Ge composition) as opposite to the biaxial stress effect (due to the epitaxy on Si) on dopant diffusion. B diffusion follows a behavior opposite to Sb diffusion versus Ge composition and biaxial stress. These results are explained in view of the difference of diffusion mechanism between B (interstitials) and Sb (vacancies). We also show that dopant diffusion follows contrasting behaviors under biaxial pressure and hydrostatic pressure, and that the activation volume of dopant diffusion is of opposite sign for biaxial pressure and for hydrostatic pressure. This is explained using a formalism based on the extra work done by the system for diffusion under pressure, concluding that for biaxial stress the activation volume depends mainly on the relaxation volume linked to the defect formation.
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Authors: Bengt Gunnar Svensson, Anders Hallén, Margareta K. Linnarsson, Andrej Yu. Kuznetsov, Martin S. Janson, Boleslaw Formanek, John Österman, P.O.Å. Persson, L. Hultman, L. Storasta, F.H.C. Carlsson, Peder Bergman, C. Jagadish, Erwan Morvan
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Authors: Alexander M. Ivanov, Evgenia V. Kalinina, G. Kholuyanov, Nikita B. Strokan, G. Onushkin, Andrey O. Konstantinov, Anders Hallén, Andrej Yu. Kuznetsov
Abstract: The spectrometric characteristics of the detectors based on 4H-SiC using 4.8-7.7 MeV a-particles were determined. The Cr Schottky barriers with areas of 1×10-2 cm2 were performed^by vacuum thermal evaporation on 4H-SiC epitaxial layers grown by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) with thickness 26 and 50 µm. The concentrations of the uncompensated donors into CVD epitaxial layers were (6-10) ×1014 cm-3, that allowed to develop a detector depletion region up to 30 µm using reverse bias of 400 V. The energy resolution less than 20 keV (0.34%) for lines of 5.0- 5.5 MeV was achieved that is twice as large of the resolution of high-precision Si-based detectors prepared on specialized technology. The maximum signal amplitude of 4H-SiC - detectors corresponding to the average electron-hole pair generation energy was found to be 7.70 eV.
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