Metal-semiconductor contacts

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Clarendon Press , Oxford
Electric contacts., Semiconductor-metal bounda
StatementE. H. Rhoderick.
SeriesMonographs in electrical and electronic engineering
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LC ClassificationsTK7872.C68 R46
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Paginationxv, 201 p. :
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ISBN 100198593236
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Metal-semiconductor contacts are an obvious component of any semiconductor device. At the same time, such contacts cannot be assumed to have a resistance as low as that of two connected metals.

In particular, a large mismatch between the Fermi energy of the metal and semiconductor can result is a high-resistance rectifying contact. The metal-semiconductor (MS) contact is an important component in the performance of most semiconductor devices in the solid state. As the name implies, the MS junction is that a metal and a semiconductor material are contacted closely.

Basically, there are two types of MS contacts that are widely used in semiconductor devices. Metal - Semiconductor Contacts and Devices (VLSI Electronics Microstructure Science Book 13) - Kindle edition by Simon S.

Cohen, Gennady Sh. Gildenblat, Norman G. Einspruch. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Metal - Semiconductor Contacts and Devices Metal-semiconductor contacts book Electronics Microstructure Manufacturer: Academic Press.

Apr 20,  · Metal Semiconductor Contacts book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This second edition brings a greatly expanded treatment of th /5(3). A description of modern semiconductor technology and the contacts between semiconducting devices and the metal conductors that connect them with the rest of.

The rectification property of metal–semiconductor contacts was discovered by Ferdinand Braun in using mercury metal contacted with copper sulfide and iron sulfide semiconductors.

Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose applied for a US patent for a metal-semiconductor diode in This patent was awarded in Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

In this chapter, we are concerned with the basic physical principles, electrical properties, and applications of the Metal-semiconductor contacts book contacts and devices. It is well known that the quality of metal-semiconductor contacts plays an important role in the performance of various Cited by: Metal-semiconductor contacts book.

Dec 01,  · Purchase Metal – Semiconductor Contacts and Devices, Volume 13 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. EE / Saraswat Ohmic Contacts 2 Conduction Mechanisms for Metal/Semiconductor Contacts Ef V I Ohmic Schottky (c) Field emission. (a) Thermionic emission (b) Thermionic-field emission Low doping Medium doping Heavy doping Fig.

Conduction mechanisms for metal/n-semiconductor contacts as a function of the barrier height and width. A review is given of our present knowledge of metal-semiconductor contacts. Topics covered include the factors that determine the height of the Schottky barrier, its current/voltage characteristics, and its capacitance.

A short discussion is also given of practical contacts and their application in semiconductor technology, and a comparison is made with p-n ellomultimidia.com by: How- ever, irregularities of the metal film such as varia- W.

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Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces Rectifying (Schottky Junction) Non-Rectifying (Ohmic Contacts) 3. Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces Rectifying (Schottky Junction) Non-Rectifying (Ohmic Contacts) 4. Metal-semiconductor contacts • Fermi level pinning is the “lack of barrier height modulation with metal work function” due to – Either large density of “intrinsic” states: e.g.

point defects on semiconductor surface – Or “extrinsic” Metal-Induced-Gap-States (MIGS) E CNL φ B Ec Ev Metal Semiconductor. Modern device concepts are not only based on p-n junctions, which are interfaces between regions containing different types of dopants, but take advantage of the electronic properties of semiconductor­ insulator interfaces, heterojunctions between distinct semiconductors, and metal­ semiconductor ellomultimidia.com: Springer Netherlands.

Metal-semiconductor contacts showing rectifying properties are finding more and more applications in modern semiconductor devices technology(1) Apart from the fact that they are comparatively easy. Apr 16,  · Metal-semiconductor contacts by E.

Rhoderick,Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press edition, in English - 2nd ellomultimidia.com by: Chapter 9 Metal-Semiconductor Contacts Two kinds of metal-semiconductor contacts: • metal on lightly doped silicon – • rectifying Schottky diodes • metal on heavily.

Sep 01,  · In modern semiconductor technology, contacts between semiconducting devices and the metal conductors that connect them with the rest of the system are of fundamental importance.

This book deals with the basic science of such contacts, and discusses the electrical properties that are relevant to semiconductor technology/5(3). Metal-semiconductor contacts. Rhoderick, R From inside the book. -force lowering increase indium phosphide influence injection insulating layer interface interfacial layer kT/q measured metal contacts metal—semiconductor method n-type semiconductor neutral obtained ohmic contacts oxide layer p—n junction phonon Phys pinning.

Apr 10,  · Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Formation Of Barrier Current Transport Processes Measurement of Barrier Height Device Structures Ohmic Contact. Table of Contents.

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Short table of contents List of figures, List of tables Title page Metal-Semiconductor contacts. Ohmic contacts Tunnel contacts Annealed and alloyed contacts Contact resistance to a thin semiconductor layer. Metal-Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors (MESFETs) Schottky diode with.

May 08,  · Metal-semiconductor contacts display a range of electrical characteristics from strongly rectifying to ohmic, each having its own applications. The rectifying properties of Author: D.

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Pugh. Metal–Semiconductor Contacts and Devices. Edited by Simon S. Cohen, Gennady Sh. Gildenblat. Volume 13, Book chapter Full text access Chapter 7 - Other Metal–Semiconductor Contact Systems Pages Download PDF. Chapter preview. select article Chapter 8. Nov 02,  · Fb • • Fbp is the barrier against the hole flow between metal and SC.

2 November 6 Fbn Energy band diagram of a metal–semiconductor contact N type SC P type SC 7. Measurement of barrier potiential fB and working of schottky contacts 2 November 7 N type SC N type SC Under thermal equlibrium Under reverse bias 8.

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We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services. VLSI Electronics Microstructure Science, Volume Metal-Semiconductor Contacts and Devices presents the physics, technology, and applications of metal-semiconductor barriers in digital integrated circuits.

The emphasis is placed on the interplay. Lecture 19 - Metal-Semiconductor Junction (cont.) March 19, Contents: 1. Schottky diode 2. Ohmic contact • What does one have to do for a metal-semiconductor junction to become an ohmic contact.

• Why do ohmic contacts look as S = ∞ for minority carriers. Cite as: Jesús del Alamo, course materials for J Integrated. An ohmic contact is a non-rectifying electrical junction: a junction between two conductors that has a linear current–voltage (I-V) curve as with Ohm's ellomultimidia.com resistance ohmic contacts are used to allow charge to flow easily in both directions between the two conductors, without blocking due to rectification or excess power dissipation due to voltage thresholds.

EE notes/ Saraswat Metal/Semiconductor Ohmic Contacts Rcsd R dp Rext Rov x y = 0 Sidewall Gate Silicide Next(x) Nov(y) Year Min Feature Size µ µ µ µ µ µ.Abstract Rectification in metal-semiconductor contacts was first described by Braun in We owe the explanation of this observation to Schottky.

He demonstrated that depletion layers exist on the semiconductor side of such interfaces.7 METAL-TO-GaAs CONTACTS ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF METAL-SEMICONDUCTOR CONTACTS Metallization systems are a fundamental component of all semiconductor devices and integrated circuits.

They provide the electrical connection between the active - Selection from GAAs High-Speed Devices: Physics, Technology, and Circuit Applications [Book].