ICNCRE 2013

International Conference on Nanoelectronics, Communications and Renewable Energy 2013

 


ICNCRE 2013 Kokula Krishna Hari K
Short Title ICNCRE 2013
Publisher ASDF, India
ISBN 13 978-81-925233-8-5
ISBN 10 81-925233-8-1
Language English
Type Hard Bound - Printed Book
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Editor-in-Chief Mohamed Rachid Mekideche
Conference Dates 22 - 23, September 2013
Venue Country Jijel, Algeria
Submitted Papers 477
Acceptance Rate 21.17%
Website www.asdf.org.in

Paper 002


Substrate type effect on boron doped polysilicon films properties

Substrate type effect on boron doped polysilicon films properties

Adel Kemiha1, Boubekeur Birouk2, Messaoud Boukezzata3

1Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Jijel,
2Electronics Department, University of Constantine

Abstract

In this work, we studied the effect of substrate type on structural and electrical properties of heavily in situ Boron doped polycrystalline silicon. The films have been elaborated by LPCVD technique, on monocrystalline silicon substrate oriented (111), oxidized or bare, at deposition temperature 585 C and pressure of 700 mtorr. From the XRD spectra, it can be seen that the polycrystallized films BLPCVD/SiO2 possess (111) textured columnar grains, meanwhile the film deposited on bare monosilicon (BLPCVD/c-Si) is randomly oriented, although weakly, (111),(222) and (511) textures. The FTIR spectroscopy analysisreveals changes in chemical bonding structure which is constituted of different bonds as: Si-Si, Si-O-Si, Si-O, Si-H, Si-OH and Si2O3. Overall, the associated intensity and wave number depend on the substrate type. The characterization by Hall effect shows that the resistivity is two times more weakly for B-LPCVD/SiO2 films than for B-LPCVD/c-Si ones. In the other hand, the results pointed out a typical electrical behavior of the layers linked to intermediate oxide layer. The resistivity decreases greatly at low temperatures in c-Si substrate case, however this occurs at high temperatures in SiO2 substrate case.

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Adel Kemiha, Boubekeur Birouk, and Messaoud Boukezzata. Proceedings of The International Conference on Nanoelectronics, Communications and Renewable Energy 2013. Substrate type effect on boron doped polysilicon films properties. Vol. 1. Chennai: Association of Scientists, Developers and Faculties, 2013. 5-9. Print.