Papers by Author: Hui Jong Cheong

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Authors: Wook Bahng, Hui Jong Cheong, In Ho Kang, Seong Jin Kim, Sang Cheol Kim, Sung Jae Joo, Nam Kyun Kim
Abstract: We have investigated the influence of surface modification on the electrical properties of SiC diodes. Schottky diodes (SBDs) as well as PiN diodes were fabricated on n-type SiC substrate with an epilayer, and electrically characterized before and after high temperature annealing, and after removing the surface modified layer, respectively. The devices annealed without graphite cap layer showed ohmic behavior. The surface layer was modified to a conductive layer possibly due to the preferred sublimation of Si species. In order to confirm the existence of modified surface conductive layer, diode was fabricated on the same substrate and electrically characterized after removing 30nm-thick damaged layer by ICP-RIE. The leakage current reduced dramatically, as much as 7 orders of magnitude. The PiN diodes fabricated on the damaged surface layer showed the reverse leakage current and the breakdown voltage of 50mA and 1250V, respectively. While those of the diode fabricated after removing the damaged surface layer were 200nA at the breakdown voltage of 2100V, respectively.
Authors: Wook Bahng, Hui Jong Cheong, In Ho Kang, Sang Cheol Kim, Ki Hyun Kim, Nam Kyun Kim
Abstract: The initial homoepitaxial growth behavior on nearly on-axis 4H-SiC substrates was investigated. We have observed circular etch pits on the surface of on-axis substrate in the presence of source gases. However, there were no circular etch pits on the surface of off-axis substrates. In addition, the surface etched by H2 gas did not show circular etch pits even on nearly on-axis substrates. The shape of the circular etch pits was similar to spiral one. The initial growth behavior of epilayers was also investigated with various C/Si ratios of source gases (0.6
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