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On the Formation of Ultrathin Simox Structures by Low Energy Implantation 1

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 February 2011

F. Namavar
Affiliation:
Spire Corporation, One Patriots Park, Bedford, MA 01730–2396
B. Buchanan
Affiliation:
Spire Corporation, One Patriots Park, Bedford, MA 01730–2396
N. M. Kalkhoran
Affiliation:
Spire Corporation, One Patriots Park, Bedford, MA 01730–2396
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Abstract

Silicon-on-insulator (SOI) wafers made by standard energy (150–200 keV) Separation by IMplantation of Oxygen (SIMOX) processes have shown great promise for meeting the needs of radiation-hard microelectronics. However, if SIMOX material is to become a competitive substrate material for manufacturing commercial integrated circuits, the cost of the SIMOX wafers must be greatly reduced. The low energy SIMOX (LES) process accomplishes the needed reduction in cost by producing ultrathin layers which require much lower ion doses. These ultrathin layers are necessary for the next generation of commercial ultra high density CMOS integrated circuits, and must be of very high quality to be utilized for commercial applications. In this paper we discuss characterization of ultrathin LES structures.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 1993

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This work was supported in part by the Department of Defense, Rome Air Development Center/ESR. under Contract No. F19628-90-C-0081.

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