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Development of thermal sensors by implantation ions P+ and B+ in different sides of Si(111)

https://doi.org/10.29317/ejpfm.2018020409

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Abstract

In the method of high-phase ion implantation of P + and B + to different sides of monocrystal silicon we obtained p-i-n- structure, which has a high thermal sensitivity of 2.3 mV/K in a broad band temperature of (20 ÷ 550) K. We studied the distribution profile P and B atoms implanted in the Si gradually decreasing energy. The effect of the subsequent thermal and annealing IR profile on the distribution of the atoms and the characteristics of the temperature sensor was studied.

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I. R. Bekpulatov
Tashkent State Technical University
Uzbekistan


A. S. Rysbaev
Tashkent State Technical University
Uzbekistan


Sh. Kh. Dzhuraev
Termez State University
Uzbekistan


A. S. Kasymov
Termez State University
Uzbekistan


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Bekpulatov I.R., Rysbaev A.S., Dzhuraev S.K., Kasymov A.S. Development of thermal sensors by implantation ions P+ and B+ in different sides of Si(111). Eurasian Journal of Physics and Functional Materials. 2018;2(4):367-376. https://doi.org/10.29317/ejpfm.2018020409

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