Tumilty, N and Welch, J and Ye, HT and Balmer, RS and Wort, C and Lang, R and Jackman, RB (2009) Multiple conduction paths in boron delta-doped diamond structures. APPL PHYS LETT , 94 (5) , Article 052107. 10.1063/1.3075860.
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Impedance spectroscopy has been used to investigate conductivity within boron-doped diamond in an intrinsic/delta-doped/intrinsic (i-delta-i) multilayer structure. For a 5 nm thick delta layer, three conduction pathways are observed, which can be assigned to transport within the delta layer and to two differing conduction paths in the i-layers adjoining the delta layer. For transport in the i-layers, thermal trapping/detrapping processes can be observed, and only at the highest temperature investigated (673 K) can transport due to a single conduction process be seen. Impedance spectroscopy is an ideal nondestructive tool for investigating the electrical characteristics of complex diamond structures.
|Title:||Multiple conduction paths in boron delta-doped diamond structures|
|Keywords:||boron, diamond, electrical conductivity, elemental semiconductors, multilayers, IMPEDANCE MEASUREMENTS, FILMS, FABRICATION, TRANSISTORS|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering|
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