Microcrystalline silicon was deposited on glass by standard plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition using H2 diluted SiH4. Raman spectroscopy indicated a crystalline volume fraction of as high as 40% in films deposited at a substrate temperature 350oC. The deposition rate in films was as high as 10Å/sec. This process produced ¥ìc-Si TFTs with both an electron mobility of 10.9cm2/Vs, a threshold voltage of 1.2V, a subthreshold slop of 0.5V/dec at n-channel TFTs and a hole mobility of 3.2cm2/Vs, a threshold voltage of -5V, a subthreshold slop of 0.42V/dec at p-channel TFTs without post-fabrication annealing.
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